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Foetal 'flat' bile acids reappear during human liver regeneration after surgery.

Bibliographic reference Starkel, Peter ; Shindano, T ; Horsmans, Yves ; Gigot, Jean-François ; Fernandez-Tagarro, M ; et. al. Foetal 'flat' bile acids reappear during human liver regeneration after surgery.. In: European journal of clinical investigation, Vol. 39, no. 1, p. 58-64 (2009)
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