A combination of aspirin and ?-tocopherol is superior to that of aspirin and a-tocopherol in anti-inflammatory action and attenuation of aspirin-induced adverse effects

yin, bruce
August 2010
TEST DATA_New England Patriots EDSYS;test 1, p30
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