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ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЯ И СИНДРОМЫ, ОБУСЛОВЛЕННЫЕ ГЕНЕТИЧЕСКИМИ НАРУШЕНИЯМИ ПОЧЕЧНОГО ТРАНСПОРТА ЭЛЕКТРОЛИТОВ

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Заболевания и синдромы, обусловленные генетическими нарушениями почечного транспорта электролитов.

Об авторах

Я. Ф. Зверев
Алтайский медицинский университет
Россия

Кафедра фармакологии



В. М. Брюханов
Алтайский медицинский университет
Россия

Кафедра фармакологии



В. В. Лампатов
Алтайский медицинский университет
Россия

Кафедра фармакологии



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Зверев Я.Ф., Брюханов В.М., Лампатов В.В. ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЯ И СИНДРОМЫ, ОБУСЛОВЛЕННЫЕ ГЕНЕТИЧЕСКИМИ НАРУШЕНИЯМИ ПОЧЕЧНОГО ТРАНСПОРТА ЭЛЕКТРОЛИТОВ. Нефрология. 2004;8(4):11-24. https://doi.org/10.24884/1561-6274-2004-8-4-11-24

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