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Experiments in renal preservation: 48 and 72-hour canine kidney preservation by initial perfusion and hypothermic storage



Experiments in renal preservation: 48 and 72-hour canine kidney preservation by initial perfusion and hypothermic storage



Journal of Urology 111(4): 434-438




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PMID: 4819364

DOI: 10.1016/s0022-5347(17)59984-x



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