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Possible involvement of protein kinases in the transduction of ursodeoxycholate proliferative signal in rat hepatocytes



Possible involvement of protein kinases in the transduction of ursodeoxycholate proliferative signal in rat hepatocytes



Gastroenterology 112(4 SUPPL ): A1221




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