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Chemical modification of alkaline phosphatases. The effects of several treatments on human placental alkaline phosphatase isoenzymes



Chemical modification of alkaline phosphatases. The effects of several treatments on human placental alkaline phosphatase isoenzymes



Enzymologia 42(1): 65-77




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