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Remarks on the article by F. Lackner et al.: Gelatin as a blood substitute depresses plasma fibronectin for 2 to 3 days after infusion



Remarks on the article by F. Lackner et al.: Gelatin as a blood substitute depresses plasma fibronectin for 2 to 3 days after infusion



Der Anaesthesist 36(12): 698-699




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