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Increased Prostacyclin Biosynthesis in a Patient With Homocystinuria

Bibliographic reference Vanmaldergem, L. ; Capel, P. ; Boeynaems, JM.. Increased Prostacyclin Biosynthesis in a Patient With Homocystinuria. In: European Journal of Pediatrics, Vol. 149, no. 9, p. 666-667 (1990)
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