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Baridium     3-phenyldiazenylpyridine-2,6- diamine

Synonyms: Geridium, Urogesic, Viridium, Eridium, Gastracid, ...
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  • METHODS: A total of 331 Chinese subjects (118 normal controls, NC, 150 with QD and 63 with mild Alzheimer's disease, AD) were assessed with the Category Verbal Fluency Test (CVFT), the AD Assessment Scale-cognitive subscale (ADAS-Cog), and digit and verbal span tests [6].

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