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Present state of the problem of the absorption of electrolytes and water in the gastrointestinal tract



Present state of the problem of the absorption of electrolytes and water in the gastrointestinal tract



Fiziol Zhur Akad Nauk Ukrayins K Rsr 9(6): 794-804



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