PMID: 7190274May 1, 1980

Effects of chronic exposure to cold or hypoxia on ventricular weights and ventricular myoglobin concentrations in guinea pigs during growth

Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology
M Van Bui, N Banchero


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