PMID: 4817736Feb 1, 1974Paper

Aortic endothelial permeability to albumin: focal and regional patterns of uptake and transmural distribution of 131I-albumin in the young pig

Experimental and Molecular Pathology
F P BellC J Schwartz


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Jul 1, 1968·Journal of Atherosclerosis Research·E M Pugatch, A M Saunders
Jul 1, 1968·Journal of Atherosclerosis Research·K W Walton, N Williamson
Nov 1, 1972·Atherosclerosis·F P BellC J Schwartz
May 1, 1971·Atherosclerosis·J B Somer, C J Schwartz
Oct 1, 1965·The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology·N Woolf, T R Pilkington
Feb 1, 1971·Experimental and Molecular Pathology·V Stefanovich, I Gore
Jul 1, 1967·Journal of Atherosclerosis Research·C W AdamsC C Orton
Oct 1, 1967·Experimental and Molecular Pathology·M A PackhamJ F Mustard
Jul 1, 1962·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·L E DUNCANK BUCK
Jan 1, 1965·Journal of Atherosclerosis Research·L E DUNCANA LYNCH

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