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Serum creatine kinase isozyme spectrum of rats during aging and acute alcohol intoxication

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Chuvaev, I.V. Serum creatine kinase isozyme spectrum of rats during aging and acute alcohol intoxication. Bull Exp Biol Med 111, 498–500 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00841486

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  • creatine kinase isozymes
  • age
  • ethanol
  • blood
  • brain