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Microvascular injury during gastric mucosal damage by anti-inflammatory drugs in pigs and rats

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Rainsford, K.D. Microvascular injury during gastric mucosal damage by anti-inflammatory drugs in pigs and rats. Agents and Actions 13, 457–460 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02176417

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Keywords

  • Mucosal Damage
  • Gastric Mucosal Damage
  • Microvascular Injury