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Development of hepatic fibrosis occurs normally in AMPK-deficient mice

Bibliographic reference Da Silva Morais, Alain ; Abarca-Quinones, Jorge ; Guigas, Bruno ; Viollet, Benoit ; Starkel, Peter ; et. al. Development of hepatic fibrosis occurs normally in AMPK-deficient mice. In: Clinical Science, Vol. 118, no. 6, p. 411-420 (2010)
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