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O.A. Gromova

Rossiĭskiĭ satellitnyĭ tsentr instituta mikroélementov IuNESKO;
Laboratoriia vychislitel'noĭ i sistemnoĭ biologii VTs RAN im. A.A. Dorodnitsyna;
kafedra farmakologii i klinicheskoĭ farmakologii Ivanovskoĭ gosudarstvennoĭ meditsinskoĭ akademii

I.Iu. Torshin

Rossiĭskiĭ satellitnyĭ tsentr instituta mikroélementov IuNESKO;
Laboratoriia vychislitel'noĭ i sistemnoĭ biologii VTs RAN im. A.A. Dorodnitsyna

The importance of zinc in maintaining the activity of antiviral innate immunity proteins: analysis of publications on COVID-19

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O.A. Gromova, I.Iu. Torshin

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Journal: Profilakticheskaya Meditsina. 2020;23(3): 131‑139

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To cite this article:

Gromova OA, Torshin IIu. The importance of zinc in maintaining the activity of antiviral innate immunity proteins: analysis of publications on COVID-19. Profilakticheskaya Meditsina. 2020;23(3):131‑139. (In Russ., In Engl.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/profmed202023031131

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