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The effect of the trace elements copper and manganese on the sugar and mineral phosphorus content of the blood with painful stimuli in dogs



The effect of the trace elements copper and manganese on the sugar and mineral phosphorus content of the blood with painful stimuli in dogs



Uchenye Zapiski Petrozavodskogo Universiteta: 71-72




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