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T.N. Pogorelova

Rostovskiĭ NII akusherstva i pediatrii

V.O. Gun'ko

Rostovskiĭ NII akusherstva i pediatrii

V.A. Linde

Rostovskiĭ NII akusherstva i pediatrii

Role of protein destruction and oxidative modification in the development of preeclampsia

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T.N. Pogorelova, V.O. Gun'ko, V.A. Linde

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To cite this article:

Pogorelova TN, Gun'ko VO, Linde VA. Role of protein destruction and oxidative modification in the development of preeclampsia. Russian Bulletin of Obstetrician-Gynecologist. 2015;15(2):10‑13. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/rosakush201515210-13

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