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El ratón deficiente en apolipoproteína E y su aplicación al estudio de la arteriosclerosis
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A. Paul, J. Joven1
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Correspondencia: Center de Recerca Biomédica. Hospital Universitari de Sant Joan de Reus. Sant Joan, s/n. 43201 Reus. Tarragona
Center de Recerca Biomédica. Hospital Universitari de Sant Joan de Reus. Reus
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