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S.A. Masiukova

State Institute of Advanced Medical Training, Russian Ministry of Defense

É.V. Kulakova

State Health Care Facility «Penza Regional Centre for Specialized Forms of Medical Aid»

N.L. Shimanovsky

Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Moscow, Russia

The photosensitizing action of preparations designed for the treatment of acne

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S.A. Masiukova, É.V. Kulakova, N.L. Shimanovsky

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To cite this article:

Masiukova SA, Kulakova ÉV, Shimanovsky NL. The photosensitizing action of preparations designed for the treatment of acne. Russian Journal of Clinical Dermatology and Venereology. 2011;9(3):45‑51. (In Russ.)

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