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Clinico-biochemical aspects of guanidine compounds in uraemic toxicity.

Bibliographic reference Kishore, B K ; Kállay, Z ; Tulkens, Paul M.. Clinico-biochemical aspects of guanidine compounds in uraemic toxicity.. In: International urology and nephrology, Vol. 21, no. 2, p. 223-32 (1989)
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