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Analysis of the birefringence of the smooth muscle anococcygeus of the rat, at rest and in contraction. I.

Bibliographic reference Godfraind-De Becker, A ; Gillis, Jean-Marie. Analysis of the birefringence of the smooth muscle anococcygeus of the rat, at rest and in contraction. I.. In: Journal of muscle research and cell motility, Vol. 9, no. 1, p. 9-17 (1988)
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