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Immunolocalization of stromelysin, tumor necrosis factor (TNF) a, and TNF receptors in atrophied canine articular cartilage treated with hyaluronic acid and transforming growth factor b


Immunolocalization of stromelysin, tumor necrosis factor (TNF) a, and TNF receptors in atrophied canine articular cartilage treated with hyaluronic acid and transforming growth factor b



American Journal of Veterinary Research 57: 88-96



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