Neuroimmunverbindungen bei Entzündung und Schmerz

ImmunoPain

Neuroimmune connections in inflammation and pain

ImmunoPain

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Schaible, HG. Neuroimmunverbindungen bei Entzündung und Schmerz. Z. Rheumatol. 71, 698–700 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00393-012-1005-9

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