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Phenyl substituted sulfonamides us patent 4867781 september 19 1989


, : Phenyl substituted sulfonamides us patent 4867781 september 19 1989. Official Gazette Of The United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents. 1106(3): 1857-1858


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