PMID: 4997426Jul 2, 1971Paper

Prostaglandins and aspirin

Nature
H O Collier

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Jan 1, 1976·Biulleten' eksperimental'noĭ biologii i meditsiny·R I Sokolova, A M Vikhert
Jul 1, 1972·Prostaglandins·R M ZusmanH R Behrman
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