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UBC Dept. of Opthalmology Day 2001 - Neurotoxin linked to ALS-PDC
 


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A Novel Neurotoxin Linked to ALS-PDC - Biochemical Data

I. Khabazian

UBC Department of Ophthalmology
11 May, 2001

UBC Department of Ophthalmology 17th Annual Research and Alumni Day
10 minutes duration.

Could ALS-PDC be caused by consumption of cycad seed products? The biochemical data are reviewed here - see the full conference page for the complete conference.

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