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Cytokines interleukin-1-beta and tumor necrosis factor alpha stimulate release of IGF I and IGF binding proteins from cultured neonatal mouse calvaria



Cytokines interleukin-1-beta and tumor necrosis factor alpha stimulate release of IGF I and IGF binding proteins from cultured neonatal mouse calvaria



Calcified Tissue International 52(Suppl. 1): S27




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