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Effect of Volatile Anesthetics On Protein-synthesis and Secretion By Rat Hepatocyte Suspensions

Bibliographic reference Direnzo, AB. ; Adamson, CR. ; Gandolfi, AJ. ; Brendel, K. ; Krack, G.. Effect of Volatile Anesthetics On Protein-synthesis and Secretion By Rat Hepatocyte Suspensions. In: Drug and Chemical Toxicology : an international journal for rapid communication, Vol. 9, no. 3-4, p. 223-237 (1986)
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