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Pharmacokinetics of the nitroxide PCA measured by in vivo EPR

Bibliographic reference Goda, F ; Gallez, Bernard ; Swartz, HM. Pharmacokinetics of the nitroxide PCA measured by in vivo EPR.IV GIRSE National Congress/II International Workshop on In Vivo ESR and ESR Imaging (LAQUILA (Italy), 1995). In: Research on Chemical Intermediates : an international journal, Vol. 22, no. 5, p. 491-498 (1996)
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