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Effects of type I and type II phospholipase A2 on rat peritoneal mast cells

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Roche, C.M., Lau, H.Y.A., Jones, R.L. et al. Effects of type I and type II phospholipase A2 on rat peritoneal mast cells. Inflamm Res 44, S5–S6 (1995).

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