Statistics for "Mitochondrial Targeting of Vitamin E Succinate Enhances Its Pro-apoptotic and Anti-cancer Activity via Mitochondrial: Complex II"

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Mitochondrial Targeting of Vitamin E Succinate Enhances Its Pro-apoptotic and Anti-cancer Activity via Mitochondrial: Complex II

Author(s):

Dong, Lan-feng;Jameson, Victoria J. A.;Tilly, David Patrice;Cerny, Jiri;Mahdavian, Elahe;Marín-Hernandez, Alvaro;Hernandez-Esquivel, Luz;Rodríguez-Enríquez, Sara;Stursa, Jan;Witting, Paul K.;Stantic, Bela;Rohlena, Jakub;Truksa, Jaroslav;Kluckova, Katarina;Dyason, Jeffrey Clifford;Ledvina, Miroslav;Salvatore, Brian A.;Moreno-Sanchez, Rafael;Coster, Mark J.;Ralph, Stephen John;Smith, Robin A. J.;Neuzil, Jiri

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Monday, January 31, 2011

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123 0 165 27

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Geographic Statistics

Country Brief Views Full Views Downloads Click Throughs
Australia 66 0 90 15
United States 45 0 46 5
China 10 0 7 5
Denmark 1 0 1 1
Ukraine 1 0 1 0
Europe 1 0 0 0
France 1 0 1 1
United Kingdom 1 0 7 0
Poland 0 0 1 0
Germany 0 0 1 0
Spain 0 0 1 0
Canada 0 0 7 0
Russian Federation 0 0 1 0
Singapore 0 0 1 0
Czech Republic 0 0 1 0
Korea, Republic of 0 0 1 0
Hong Kong 0 0 1 0
Portugal 0 0 1 0
Japan 0 0 1 0
Italy 0 0 1 0

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Month Brief Views Full Views Downloads Click Throughs
Sep 2014 0 0 0 0
Aug 2014 6 0 7 2
Jul 2014 7 0 3 1
Jun 2014 5 0 3 1
May 2014 4 0 2 1
Apr 2014 7 0 1 0
Mar 2014 10 0 6 1
Feb 2014 5 0 1 0
Jan 2014 2 0 4 2
Dec 2013 2 0 6 0
Nov 2013 1 0 4 0
Oct 2013 1 0 5 0
Sep 2013 0 0 13 0
Total 50 0 55 8

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