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A.S. Golovkin

NII kompleksnykh problem serdechno-sosudistykh zabolevaniĭ SO RAMN, Kemerovo

E.V. Grigor'ev

kafedra anesteziologii i reanimatologii Kemerovskoĭ gosudarstvennoĭ meditsinskoĭ akademii

V.G. Matveeva

NII kompleksnykh problem serdechno-sosudistykh zabolevaniĭ SO RAMN, Kemerovo

E.A. Velikanova

Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases, Kemerovo, Russia

Role of cathepsins in pathogenesis and progressing of atherosclerosis


A.S. Golovkin, E.V. Grigor'ev, V.G. Matveeva, E.A. Velikanova

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To cite this article:

Golovkin AS, Grigor'ev EV, Matveeva VG, Velikanova EA. Role of cathepsins in pathogenesis and progressing of atherosclerosis. Russian Journal of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery. 2012;5(4):9‑12. (In Russ.)

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