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M.B. Khakimova

Chazov National Medical Research Center of Cardiology

A.L. Komarov

National Medical Research Center of Cardiology named after academician E.I. Chazov

A.B. Dobrovolskiy

Chazov National Medical Research Center of Cardiology

E.P. Panchenko

National Medical Research Center of Cardiology

Personalized antiplatelet therapy in patients with coronary artery disease: past, present and future

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M.B. Khakimova, A.L. Komarov, A.B. Dobrovolskiy, E.P. Panchenko

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Journal: Russian Cardiology Bulletin. 2022;17(4): 5‑15

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To cite this article:

Khakimova MB, Komarov AL, Dobrovolskiy AB, Panchenko EP. Personalized antiplatelet therapy in patients with coronary artery disease: past, present and future. Russian Cardiology Bulletin. 2022;17(4):5‑15. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/Cardiobulletin2022170415

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