Transient enriched housing before amyloidosis onset sustains cognitive improvement in Tg2576 mice

  title={Transient enriched housing before amyloidosis onset sustains cognitive improvement in Tg2576 mice},
  author={Laure Verret and Alice Krezymon and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Halley and St{\'e}phanie Trouche and Meike Zerwas and Marine Lazouret and Jean Michel Lassalle and Claire Rampon},
  journal={Neurobiology of Aging},

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