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Inflammation in depression: the role of cytokines

@article{Gumru2012InflammationID,
  title={Inflammation in depression: the role of cytokines},
  author={S. Gümrü and F. Arıcıoğlu},
  journal={Journal of Marmara University Institute of Health Sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={103-107}
}
Ya zis ma Ad re si / Add ress rep rint re qu ests to: Feyza Aricioglu Marmara University, School of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacology and Psychopharmacology Research Unit, Haydarpasa, 34668, Istanbul Turkey Telefon / Phone: +90-216-418-9573 Faks / Fax: +90-216-345-2952 Elektronik posta adresi / E-mail address: feyza.aricioglu@gmail.com Ka bul ta ri hi / Da te of ac cep tan ce: 20 Agustos 2012 / August 20, 2012 

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