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Apoptosis in Renal Diseases

Herndon - United States

Paper reviewing the current knowledge on the regulation of apoptosis with particular emphasis on renal cell death and apoptosis role in triggering renal disease.

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    Cell Biology - Apoptosis

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    [Frontiers in Bioscience 1, d30-47, March 1, 1996]

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