PMID: 15084536Apr 16, 2004

SOXF: redox mediators of vascular smooth muscle cell growth

Z G Jin, B C Berk


No abstract listed.


Jan 1, 1995·Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology·G L NunesB C Berk
Dec 13, 1997·Circulation·G L NunesB C Berk
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