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More than an association: Latent toxoplasmosis might provoke a local oxidative stress that triggers the development of bipolar disorder

Afifi Mohammed A, Jiman-Fatani Asif A, Al-Rabia Mohammed W, Al-Hussainy Nabeel H, El Saadany Sherif, Mayah Wael

Year : 2018| Volume: 6| Issue : 3 | Page no: 139-144

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