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Coherence of resin modified glass ionomers after omitting or delaying light initiation.

Bibliographic reference Degee, AJ. ; Leloup, Gaëtane ; Werner, A ; Davidson, CL.. Coherence of resin modified glass ionomers after omitting or delaying light initiation..In: Journal of Dental Research, Vol. 75, p. 176-176 (1996)
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