Akitane Mori, the artistic neurochemist

Neurochemical Research
Jiankang Liu, Midori Hiramatsu

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References

Sep 1, 1978·Analytical Biochemistry·A MoriH Matsumoto
Feb 1, 1979·Journal of Neurochemistry·A MoriS Kimura
Feb 1, 1979·Journal of Neurochemistry·M MatsumotoA Mori
Aug 1, 1990·Neurochemical Research·M HiramatsuA Mori
Jan 1, 1990·Free Radical Biology & Medicine·J LiuA Mori
Mar 15, 1985·European Journal of Biochemistry·Y WatanabeA Mori
May 1, 1974·Biochemical Medicine·A MoriT L Choong
Dec 30, 1969·Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta·A MoriT Hayashi
Oct 1, 1969·Journal of Neurochemistry·H Ohkusu, A Mori
May 1, 1965·Nature·H AshidaD Jinnai
Sep 1, 1983·Neurochemical Research·M Hiramatsu
Feb 1, 1982·Journal of Neurochemistry·A MoriN Fujimoto
Mar 1, 1981·Neurochemical Research·M Hiramatsu, A Mori
Oct 1, 1981·Mechanisms of Ageing and Development·T TakedaT Yamamuro
Sep 1, 1980·Journal of Neurochemistry·A MoriY Watanabe
Oct 1, 1995·Free Radical Biology & Medicine·I YokoiA Mori
Jun 26, 1995·Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications·R EdamatsuL Packer
Oct 1, 1993·Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics·L A Santiago, A Mori
Apr 22, 1997·Proceedings. Biological Sciences·J Smythies
May 26, 1998·Epilepsy Research·A MoriL Packer
Feb 3, 1999·Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences·A MoriM Hosokawa
Oct 8, 1999·Behavioural Brain Research·J Smythies
Oct 27, 1999·Journal of Pineal Research·Y NodaL Packer
Nov 11, 1999·Neurochemical Research·J Liu, A Mori
Jun 15, 2007·Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology : JARO·Fawen ZhangNing Hu

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