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Aminogram of mouse skeletal muscle: Deviations in response to repeated hexachlorophene treatment

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Prasad, G.V., Rajendra, W. & Indira, K. Aminogram of mouse skeletal muscle: Deviations in response to repeated hexachlorophene treatment. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 38, 442–448 (1987).

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