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Maintenance of Adult-rat Liver Slices in Dynamic Organ-culture

Bibliographic reference Smith, PF. ; Krack, G. ; Mckee, RL. ; Johnson, DG. ; Gandolfi, AJ. ; et. al. Maintenance of Adult-rat Liver Slices in Dynamic Organ-culture. In: In Vitro, Vol. 22, no. 12, p. 706-712 (1986)
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