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Ultrastructural Aspects of Streptozotocin Cytotoxicity On Rat Pancreatic-islets Invitro - Test of a Protective Effect of Zinc

Bibliographic reference Flament, P. ; Remacle, Claude. Ultrastructural Aspects of Streptozotocin Cytotoxicity On Rat Pancreatic-islets Invitro - Test of a Protective Effect of Zinc. In: Virchows Archiv. Section B: Cell Pathology, Vol. 53, no. 2, p. 107-112 (1987)
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