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Contribution to the study of liver changes during aging. Changes in the kinetics of bromsulphalein


Sbornik Vedeckych Praci Lekarske Fakulty Karlovy University V Hradci Kralove 10(4): Suppl:355-82
Contribution to the study of liver changes during aging. Changes in the kinetics of bromsulphalein


Accession: 042673964

PMID: 5243433



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