Cambios en el recuento celular en diferentes áreas del cerebro de rata debido a la separación materna temprana

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Alejandro Muñoz Valencia
Jonatan Velasquez Quiroga
Javier Saddam Lopez
John Chavarro Tibacan
Zulma Janeth Dueñas Gomez

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Alejandro Muñoz Valencia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Estudiante de Medicina en XI semestre.

Jonatan Velasquez Quiroga, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Urology Resident. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Bogotá. Colombia

Javier Saddam Lopez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Medical Doctor. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Bogotá. Colombia

John Chavarro Tibacan, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Estudiante Farmacia

Zulma Janeth Dueñas Gomez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

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Departamento de Fisiología

Facultad de Medicina

Universidad Nacional de Colombia

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