Der Gehalt an Glycerylphosphorylcholin (GPC) und an Glycerylphosphoryläthanolamin (GPÄ) in Rinde und Mark von Masugi-Nephritis-Nephrose-kranken Rattennieren während forcierter Diurese und Durst-Antidiurese

  • Chr Philippson
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  • Chr Philippson
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  1. 1.Medizinischen Klinik der Karl Marx-Universität LeipzigDeutschland

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