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Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biology: a new federation of European scientists


, : Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biology: a new federation of European scientists. Future Cardiology 6(6): 765-767


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PMID: 21142631

DOI: 10.2217/fca.10.95


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