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Cellular Secretion and Tissue Breakdown .1. Cell-to-cell Interactions in the Secretion of Enzymes of Connective-tissue Breakdown, Collagenase and Proteoglycan-degrading Neutral Proteases - a Review

Bibliographic reference Vaes, Gilbert. Cellular Secretion and Tissue Breakdown .1. Cell-to-cell Interactions in the Secretion of Enzymes of Connective-tissue Breakdown, Collagenase and Proteoglycan-degrading Neutral Proteases - a Review. In: Agents and Actions, Vol. 10, no. 6, p. 474-485 (1980)
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