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Ketamine and peripheral inflammation.

Bibliographic reference De Kock, Marc ; Loix, Sebastien ; Lavand'homme, Patricia. Ketamine and peripheral inflammation.. In: CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics, Vol. 19, no.6, p. 403-410 (2013)
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