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Changes in Hsp90 expression determine the effects of cyclosporine A on the NO pathway in rat myocardium.

Bibliographic reference Rezzani, Rita ; Rodella, Luigi ; Dessy, Chantal ; Daneau, Géraldine ; Bianchi, Rossella ; et. al. Changes in Hsp90 expression determine the effects of cyclosporine A on the NO pathway in rat myocardium.. In: FEBS letters, Vol. 552, no. 2-3, p. 125-9 (2003)
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