November 1974
Angiology;Nov1974, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p668
Academic Journal
Focuses on the panel discussion regarding intercellular macromolecules. Distribution of the different macromolecules in the normal artery as well as in the arteriosclerotic lessions; Estimation of the changes in the macromolecules of the human blood vessels; Development of the pathological processes in the human blood vessels.


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