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Stability tests with acetylphenolisatin (Ph. Sv. Ed. XI) in tablets and paraffin emulsions


, : Stability tests with acetylphenolisatin (Ph. Sv. Ed. XI) in tablets and paraffin emulsions. Svensk Farmaceutisk Tidskrift 56(27): 567-573


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