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Magdalena Eva Ptaszny

Title(s)HS Associate Clinical Professor, Medicine
SchoolMedicine
Address757 Westwood Boulevard 7501
Los Angeles CA 90024
Phone310-319-4698
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    1. Prenatal cocaine administration increases glutathione and alpha-tocopherol oxidation in fetal rat brain. Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 2003 Dec 30; 147(1-2):77-84. Lipton JW, Gyawali S, Borys ED, Koprich JB, Ptaszny M, McGuire SO. PMID: 14741753.
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