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Enzyme substrate product interactions in the metabolism and accumulation of lipids in the arterial wall

Enzyme substrate product interactions in the metabolism and accumulation of lipids in the arterial wall

Hauss, Werner H , Robert W Wissler And Rolf Lehmann (Ed ) Abhandlungen Der Rheinisch-Westfaelischen Akademie Der Wissenschaften, Band 63 International Symposium: State Of Prevention And Therapy in Human Arteriosclerosis And in Animal Models Muenster, West Germany, June 22-25th, 1977 Xx+574p Illus Westdeutscher Verlag Gmbh: Opladen, West Germany ISBN 3-531-05077-X: 443-455

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