Fluoxetine maintains a state of heightened responsiveness to motor training early after stroke in a mouse model

Kwan Ng, Ellen M. Gibson, Robert Hubbard, Juemin Yang, Brian Caffo, Richard J. O'Brien, John W. Krakauer, Steven R. Zeiler

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