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Variable degrees of N- and O-sulfation in heparins may explain variable antiproliferative activities

Thompson BT, Garg HG, Hales CA . Variable degrees of N- and O-sulfation in heparins may explain variable antiproliferative activities. FASEB J. 1995; 9(4):A432.


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