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Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 106, Issue 2, pp 1189–1192 | Cite as

Changes in the air-blood barrier of the lungs during hyperthermia

  • M. M. Seredenko
  • A. A. Moibenko
  • E. V. Rozova
  • L. A. Grabovskii
Morphology and Pathomorphology
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Key Words

hyperthermia air-blood barrier of the lungs mean arithmetic thickness mean harmonic thickness 

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  • M. M. Seredenko
  • A. A. Moibenko
  • E. V. Rozova
  • L. A. Grabovskii

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