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Antioxidant enzyme activities are not broadly correlated with longevity in 14 vertebrate endotherm species.

Bibliographic reference Page, Melissa ; et. al. Antioxidant enzyme activities are not broadly correlated with longevity in 14 vertebrate endotherm species. . In: Age, Vol. 32, p. 255-270
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