PMID: 1253936Feb 1, 1976Paper

Endotoxin-induced vascular endothelial injury and repair. II. Focal injury, en face morphology, (3H)thymidine uptake and circulating endothelial cells in the dog

Experimental and Molecular Pathology
R G GerrityC J Schwartz


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