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Protein synthesis and free amino acid levels in organs of rats with experimental peritonitis

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Gubskii, V.I., Madievskaya, N.N., Martynyuk, N.M. et al. Protein synthesis and free amino acid levels in organs of rats with experimental peritonitis. Bull Exp Biol Med 104, 1681–1684 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00835997

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Key Words

  • peritonitis
  • protein synthesis
  • amino acid level