Expression and distribution of connexin 43 in myocardium of rats after repeated positive acceleration exposures

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ZHOU Ying()
SUN Xi-Qing()
WANG Bing()
GENG Jie()
WANG Yong-Chun()
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Volume 60, Issue 03, 2008
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