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Mast cells in human periapical lesions: ultrastructural aspects and their possible physiopathological implications


, : Mast cells in human periapical lesions: ultrastructural aspects and their possible physiopathological implications. Journal of Endodontics 11(5): 197-202


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PMID: 3858414

DOI: 10.1016/S0099-2399(85)80060-1


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