Cognitive impairments induced by concussive mild traumatic brain injury in mouse are ameliorated by treatment with phenserine via multiple non-cholinergic and cholinergic mechanisms

David Tweedie, Koji Fukui, Yazhou Li, Qian Sheng Yu, Shani Barak, Ian A. Tamargo, Vardit Rubovitch, Harold W. Holloway, Elin Lehrmann, William H. Wood, Yongqing Zhang, Kevin G. Becker, Evelyn Perez, Henriette Van Praag, Yu Luo, Barry J. Hoffer, Robert E. Becker, Chaim G. Pick, Nigel H. Greig

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