Military blast-induced synaptic changes with distinct vulnerability may explain behavioral alterations in the absence of obvious brain damage

Catherine M. Parisian, Gregory Georgevitch, Ben A. Bahr

Department of English, Theatre, and Foreign Languages, University of North Carolina – Pembroke, Pembroke, North Carolina, USA. Department of Interdisciplinary Professions, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA. William C. Friday Laboratory, Biotechnology Research and Training Center, University of North Carolina – Pembroke, Pembroke, North Carolina, USA.


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