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Acute effect of calcium deprivation on duodenal cabp cabp mrna calcium transport and plasma calcitriol levels in spontaneously hypertensive shr and wky control rats



Acute effect of calcium deprivation on duodenal cabp cabp mrna calcium transport and plasma calcitriol levels in spontaneously hypertensive shr and wky control rats



Sassard, J (Ed ) Colloques Inserm (Institut National De La Sante Et De La Recherche Medical), Vol 218 Hypertension Genetique; (Inserm (National Institute Of Health And Medical Research) Colloquium, Vol 218 Genetic Hypertension); Seventh International Symposium on Shr (Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats) And Related Studies, Lyon, France, October 28-30, 1991 Xxii+618p Editions John Libbey Eurotext: Montrouge, France; London, England, Uk; Editions Inserm: Paris, France Illus Paper 58




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