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Research on the behavior of the serum enzyme picture in lead poisoning. Note II. Transaminase activity, aldolase activity and malic and lactic dehydrogenase activity



Research on the behavior of the serum enzyme picture in lead poisoning. Note II. Transaminase activity, aldolase activity and malic and lactic dehydrogenase activity



Rassegna Medica Sarda 61: 847-853




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