Incorporation of methionine-H3 into nuclei of skeletal muscle tissue in rats receiving cortisone

  • T. M. Kovalenko
  • N. N. Dampel'
  • A. K. Ryabukha
Experimental Biology
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Keywords

Public Health Skeletal Muscle Muscle Tissue Cortisone Skeletal Muscle Tissue 

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  • T. M. Kovalenko
  • N. N. Dampel'
  • A. K. Ryabukha

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