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БЕЛОК Р-53: НОВАЯ ЖИЗНЬ СТАРОЙ МОЛЕКУЛЫ. Часть II

https://doi.org/10.14412/1995-4484-2010-1169

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Дубиков А.И. БЕЛОК Р-53: НОВАЯ ЖИЗНЬ СТАРОЙ МОЛЕКУЛЫ. Часть II. Научно-практическая ревматология. 2010;48(4):72-78. https://doi.org/10.14412/1995-4484-2010-1169

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Dubikov A.I. BELOK R-53: NOVAYa ZhIZN' STAROY MOLEKULY. Chast' II. Rheumatology Science and Practice. 2010;48(4):72-78. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.14412/1995-4484-2010-1169

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