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    1. Moschetta, A; Eckhardt, ERM; De Smet, MBM; Renooij, W; Van Berge-Henegouwen, GP; Van Erpecum, KJ
      Accurate separation of vesicles, micelles and cholesterol crystals in supersaturated model biles by ultracentrifugation, ultrafiltration and dialysis

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY OF LIPIDS
    2. Sunami, Y; Tazuma, S; Chayama, K
      Is a role of phospholipase A(2) in cholesterol gallstone formation phospholipid species-dependent?

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY OF LIPIDS
    3. Jirsa, M; Groen, AK
      Role of biliary proteins and non-protein factors in kinetics of cholesterol crystallisation and gallstone growth

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    4. Saso, L; Silvestrini, B
      Antidenaturant drugs for cataract and other condensation diseases

      MEDICAL HYPOTHESES
    5. Jirsa, M; Muchova, L; Draberova, L; Draber, P; Smid, F; Kuroki, M; Marecek, Z; Groen, AK
      Carcino embryonic antigen-related cell adhesion molecule 1 is the 85-kilodalton pronase-resistant biliary glycoprotein in the cholesterol crystallization promoting low density protein-lipid complex

      HEPATOLOGY
    6. Miquel, JF; van der Putten, J; Pimentel, F; Mok, KS; Groen, AK
      Increased activity in the biliary Con A-binding fraction accounts for the difference in crystallization behavior in bile from Chilean gallstone patients compared with Dutch gallstone patients

      HEPATOLOGY
    7. Pereira, SP; Hussaini, SH; Murphy, GM; Wass, JAH; Dowling, RH
      Octreotide increases the proportions of arachidonic acid-rich phospholipids in gall-bladder bile

      ALIMENTARY PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    8. Moschetta, A; vanBerge-Henegouwen, GP; Portincasa, P; Renooij, W; Groen, AK; van Erpecum, KJ
      Hydrophilic bile salts enhance differential distribution of sphingomyelin and phosphatidylcholine between micellar and vesicular phases: potential implications for their effects in vivo

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    9. Moschetta, A; vanBerge-Henegouwen, GP; Portincasa, P; Palasciano, G; van Erpecum, KJ
      Cholesterol crystallization in model biles: effects of bile salt and phospholipid species composition

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    10. Dowling, RH
      Review: pathogenesis of gallstones

      ALIMENTARY PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    11. Rubin, M; Pakula, R; Konikoff, FM
      Microstructural analysis of bile: relevance to cholesterol gallstone pathogenesis

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    12. de la Porte, PL; Lafont, H; Domingo, N; Meyer, G; Muller, I; Zundt, B; Jungst, D
      Composition and immunofluorescence studies of biliary "sludge" in patientswith cholesterol or mixed gallstones

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    13. Moschetta, A; vanBerge-Henegouwen, GP; Portincasa, P; Palasciano, G; Groen, AK; van Erpecum, KJ
      Sphingomyelin exhibits greatly enhanced protection compared with egg yolk phosphatidylcholine against detergent bile salts

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    14. Gustafsson, U; Sahlin, S; Einarsson, C
      Biliary lipid composition in patients with cholesterol and pigment gallstones and gallstone-free subjects: deoxycholic acid does not contribute to formation of cholesterol gallstones

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    15. Binette, JP; Binette, MB
      The proteins and the formation of gallstones

      CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA
    16. Donovan, JM
      Physical and metabolic factors in gallstone pathogenesis

      GASTROENTEROLOGY CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    17. Tsuchimoto, D; Tazuma, S; Yamashita, G; Kajiyama, G
      Role of bile salt hydrophobicity in distribution of phospholipid species to carriers in supersaturated model bile solutions

      JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY AND HEPATOLOGY
    18. Hoogerwerf, WA; Soloway, RD
      Gallstones

      CURRENT OPINION IN GASTROENTEROLOGY
    19. Nishioka, T; Tazuma, S; Yamashita, G; Kajiyama, G
      Partial replacement of bile salts causes marked changes of cholesterol crystallization in supersaturated model bile systems

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    20. Wrenn, SP; Kaler, EW; Lee, SP
      A fluorescence energy transfer study of lecithin-cholesterol vesicles in the presence of phospholipase C

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    21. Wang, DQH; Cohen, DE; Lammert, F; Carey, MC
      No pathophysiologic relationship of soluble biliary proteins to cholesterol crystallization in human bile

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    22. Eckhardt, ERM; Moschetta, A; Renooij, W; Goerdayal, SS; van Berge-Henegouwen, GP; van Erpecum, KJ
      Asymmetric distribution of phosphatidylcholine and sphingomyelin between micellar and vesicular phases: potential implications for canalicular bile formation

      JOURNAL OF LIPID RESEARCH
    23. He, C; Fischer, S; Kullak-Ublick, GA; Domingo, N; Lafont, H; Jungst, D
      Electrophoretic analysis of proteins in bile

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    24. MALA I; ZIKOVA J; SPUNDOVA M; MARECEK Z; ENTLICHER G
      LIPID-PROTEIN COMPLEXES AS CHOLESTEROL PRONUCLEATING AGENTS IN HUMAN BILE

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    25. LAMORTE WW; BOOKER ML; KAY S
      DETERMINANTS OF THE SELECTION OF PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE MOLECULAR-SPECIES FOR SECRETION INTO BILE IN THE RAT

      Hepatology
    26. DONOVAN JM; JACKSON AA
      ACCURATE SEPARATION OF BILIARY LIPID AGGREGATES REQUIRES THE CORRECT INTERMIXED MICELLAR INTERVESICULAR BILE-SALT CONCENTRATION/

      Hepatology
    27. NISHIOKA T; TAZUMA S; YAMASHITA G; KAJIYAMA G
      QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF COMPARATIVE POTENCIES OF CHOLESTEROL-CRYSTAL-PROMOTING FACTORS - RELATION TO MECHANISTIC CHARACTERIZATION

      Biochemical journal
    28. BUSCH N; LAMMERT F; MATERN S
      BILIARY SECRETORY IMMUNOGLOBULIN-A IS A MAJOR CONSTITUENT OF THE NEW GROUP OF CHOLESTEROL CRYSTAL-BINDING PROTEINS

      Gastroenterology
    29. CATALA I; DOMINGO N; JUSTE C; GUEUGNEAU AM; THORIN B; LUTTON C; CORRING T; LAFONT H
      EFFECT OF BETA-CYCLODEXTRIN DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION ON BILIARY PROTEINS AND THEIR RESULTING CHOLESTEROL NUCLEATING ACTIVITY IN PIGS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    30. VANDEHEIJNING BJM; VANDENBROEK AMWC; VANBERGEHENEGOUWEN GP
      MEMBRANE CHOLESTEROL CONTENT OF CHOLESTEROL PHOSPHOLIPID VESICLES DETERMINES THE SUSCEPTIBILITY TO BOTH DAMAGE AND PROTECTION BY BILE-SALTS- IMPLICATIONS FOR BILE PHYSIOLOGY/

      European journal of gastroenterology & hepatology
    31. KEULEMANS YCA; MOK KS; GOUMA DJ; GROEN AK
      THE ROLE OF THE CONCANAVALIN A-BINDING FRACTION IN CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION IN NATIVE HUMAN BILE

      Journal of hepatology
    32. JUSTE C; CATALA I; RIOTTOT M; ANDRE M; PARQUET M; LYAN B; BEGUET F; FEREZOUVIALA J; SEROUGNE C; DOMINGO N; LUTTON C; LAFONT H; CORRING T
      INDUCING CHOLESTEROL PRECIPITATION FROM PIG BILE WITH BETA-CYCLODEXTRIN AND CHOLESTEROL DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION

      Journal of hepatology
    33. PEREIRA SP; VEYSEY MJ; KENNEDY C; HUSSAINI SH; MURPHY GM; DOWLING RH
      GALLSTONE DISSOLUTION WITH ORAL BILE-ACID THERAPY - IMPORTANCE OF PRETREATMENT CT SCANNING AND REASONS FOR NONRESPONSE

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    34. PORTINCASA P; VANDEMEEBERG P; VANERPECUM KJ; PALASCIANO G; VANBERGEHENEGOUWEN GP
      AN UPDATE ON THE PATHOGENESIS AND TREATMENT OF CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONES

      Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology
    35. SOMJEN GJ; RINGEL Y; KONIKOFF FM; ROSENBERG R; GILAT T
      A NEW METHOD FOR THE RAPID MEASUREMENT OF CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATIONIN MODEL BILES USING A SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC MICROPLATE READER

      Journal of lipid research
    36. PORTINCASA P; VANERPECUM KJ; VANBERGEHENEGOUWEN GP
      CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION IN BILE

      Gut
    37. YAMASHITA G; SECKNUS R; CHERNOSKY A; KRIVACIC KA; HOLZBACH RT
      COMPARISON OF HAPTOGLOBIN AND APOLIPOPROTEIN-A-I ON BILIARY LIPID PARTICLES INVOLVED IN CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION

      Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology
    38. GILAT T; SOMJEN GJ
      PHOSPHOLIPID-VESICLES AND OTHER CHOLESTEROL CARRIERS IN BILE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, MR. Reviews on biomembranes
    39. COHEN DE
      HEPATOCELLULAR TRANSPORT AND SECRETION OF BILIARY PHOSPHOLIPIDS

      Seminars in liver disease
    40. PORTINCASA P; VANERPECUM KJ; JANSEN A; RENOOIJ W; GADELLAA M; VANBERGEHENEGOUWEN GP
      BEHAVIOR OF VARIOUS CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALS IN BILE FROM PATIENTS WITH GALLSTONES

      Hepatology
    41. MENDEZSANCHEZ N; CARDENASVAZQUEZ R; PONCIANORODRIGUEZ G; URIBE M
      PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONE DISEASE

      Archives of medical research
    42. KURUMADO K; NAGAI T; ABE H
      MUCUS PRODUCTION OF CHOLEDOCHAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS DUE TO BILE STAGNATION IN THE RAT

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    43. AYYAD N; COHEN BI; OHSHIMA A; MOSBACH EH
      PREVENTION OF CHOLESTEROL CHOLELITHIASIS BY DIETARY UNSATURATED FATS IN HORMONE-TREATED FEMALE HAMSTERS

      Lipids
    44. PAKULA R; KONIKOFF FM; RUBIN M; RINGEL Y; PELED Y; TIETZ A; GILAT T
      THE EFFECTS OF DIETARY PHOSPHOLIPIDS ENRICHED WITH PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE ON BILE AND RED-CELL MEMBRANE-LIPIDS IN HUMANS

      Lipids
    45. WANG DQH; CAREY MC
      COMPLETE MAPPING OF CRYSTALLIZATION PATHWAYS DURING CHOLESTEROL PRECIPITATION FROM MODEL BILE - INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL VARIABLES OFPATHOPHYSIOLOGIC RELEVANCE AND IDENTIFICATION OF A STABLE LIQUID-CRYSTALLINE STATE IN COLD, DILUTE AND HYDROPHILIC BILE SALT-CONTAINING SYSTEMS

      Journal of lipid research
    46. ZIJLSTRA AIM; OFFNER GD; AFDHAL NH; VANOVERVELD M; TYTGAT GNJ; GROEN AK
      THE PRONASE RESISTANCE OF CHOLESTEROL-NUCLEATING GLYCOPROTEINS IN HUMAN BILE

      Gastroenterology
    47. DEBRUIJN MAC; MOK KS; NIBBERING CP; OUT T; VANMARLE J; STELLAARD F; TYTGAT GNJ; GROEN AK
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION-PROMOTING LOW-DENSITY PARTICLE ISOLATED FROM HUMAN BILE

      Gastroenterology
    48. VANERPECUM KJ; PORTINCASA P; GADELLAA M; VANDEHEIJNING BJM; HENEGOUWEN GPVB; RENOOIJ W
      EFFECTS OF BILE-SALT HYDROPHOBICITY ON CRYSTALLIZATION OF CHOLESTEROLIN MODEL BILE

      European journal of clinical investigation
    49. APSTEIN MD; CAREY MC
      PATHOGENESIS OF CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONES - A PARSIMONIOUS HYPOTHESIS

      European journal of clinical investigation
    50. KARKARE S; GILLOTEAUX J
      GALLSTONES INDUCED BY SEX STEROIDS IN THE FEMALE SYRIAN-HAMSTER - DURATION EFFECTS

      Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology
    51. HOLZBACH RT
      CHOLESTEROL NUCLEATION IN BILE

      The Italian Journal of Gastroenterology
    52. SMIT JWA; VANERPECUM KJ; RENOOIJ W; STOLK MFJ; EDGAR P; DOORNEWAARD H; VANBERGEHENEGOUWEN GP
      THE EFFECTS OF THE 3-HYDROXY, 3-METHYLGLUTARYL COENZYME-A REDUCTASE INHIBITOR PRAVASTATIN ON BILE COMPOSITION AND NUCLEATION OF CHOLESTEROLCRYSTALS IN CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONE DISEASE

      Hepatology
    53. VERKADE HJ; VONK RJ; KUIPERS F
      NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE MECHANISM OF BILE ACID-INDUCED BILIARY LIPID SECRETION

      Hepatology
    54. SANABRIA JR; UPADHYA A; MULLEN B; HARVEY PRC; STRASBERG SM
      EFFECT OF DEOXYCHOLATE ON IMMUNOGLOBULIN-G CONCENTRATION IN BILE - STUDIES IN HUMANS AND PIGS

      Hepatology
    55. DEBRUIJN MAC; GOLDHOORN BG; ZIJLSTRA AIM; TYTGAT GNJ; GROEN AK
      INTERACTION OF CHOLESTEROL-CRYSTALLIZATION-PROMOTING PROTEINS WITH VESICLES

      Biochemical journal
    56. OTA Y; IDO K; KIMURA K; FUKUI E; IKEMOTO S
      ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF BILE PROTEINS FROM PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT GALLSTONES

      Electrophoresis
    57. TUDYKA J; KRATZER W; KUHN K; MASON R; WECHSLER JG; ADLER G
      SOLITARY VERSUS MULTIPLE GALLSTONES - THE IMPORTANCE OF TOTAL BILIARYPROTEIN-CONCENTRATION AND OTHER FACTORS

      Hepato-gastroenterology
    58. OLEARY DP
      BILIARY CHOLESTEROL TRANSPORT AND THE NUCLEATION DEFECT IN CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONE FORMATION

      Journal of hepatology
    59. NUUTINEN H; ABEI M; SCHWARZENDRUBE J; CORRADINI SG; WALSH M; KAWCZAK P; HOLZBACH RT
      BILIARY ALPHA(1)-ACID GLYCOPROTEIN CONCENTRATIONS IN GALLSTONE-FREE CONTROLS AND IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE OR SOLITARY CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONES

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    60. NUUTINEN H; CORRADINI SG; JUNGST D; LANGE V; ABEI M; SCHWARZENDRUBE J; WILLIAMS C; HOLZBACH RT
      CORRELATION BETWEEN BILIARY ALPHA(1)-ACID GLYCOPROTEIN CONCENTRATION AND CHOLESTEROL CRYSTAL NUCLEATION TIME IN GALLSTONE DISEASE

      Digestive diseases and sciences
    61. MAGNUSON TH; LILLEMOE KD; HIGH RC; PITT HA
      DIETARY FISH-OIL INHIBITS CHOLESTEROL MONOHYDRATE CRYSTAL NUCLEATION AND GALLSTONE FORMATION IN THE PRAIRIE DOG

      Surgery
    62. LIPSETT PA; FOXTALBOT K; FALCONER SD; TAM ML; MAGNUSON TA; LILLEMOE KD; PITT HA
      BILIARY NONMUCIN GLYCOPROTEINS IN PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT GALLSTONES

      The Journal of surgical research
    63. YAMASHITA G; CORRADINI SG; SECKNUS R; TAKABAYASHI A; WILLIAMS C; HAYS L; CHERNOSKY AL; HOLZBACH RT
      BILIARY HAPTOGLOBIN, A POTENT PROMOTER OF CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATIONAT PHYSIOLOGICAL CONCENTRATIONS

      Journal of lipid research
    64. BUSCH N; LAMMERT F; MARSCHALL HU; MATERN S
      A NEW SUBGROUP OF LECTIN-BOUND BILIARY PROTEINS BINDS TO CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALS, MODIFIES CRYSTAL MORPHOLOGY, AND INHIBITS CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    65. NUNEZ L; AMIGO L; MINGRONE G; RIGOTTI A; PUGLIELLI L; RADDATZ A; PIMENTEL F; GRECO AV; GONZALEZ S; GARRIDO J; MIQUEL JF; NERVI F
      BILIARY AMINOPEPTIDASE-N AND THE CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION DEFECT IN CHOLELITHIASIS

      Gut
    66. NOSHIRO H; CHIJIIWA K; MAKINO I; NAKANO K; HIROTA I
      DEOXYCHOLIC-ACID IN GALL-BLADDER BILE DOES NOT ACCOUNT FOR THE SHORTENED NUCLEATION TIME IN PATIENTS WITH CHOLESTEROL GALL-STONES

      Gut
    67. JUSTE C; CATALA I; HENRY R; CHABANET C; GUEUGNEAU AM; BEGUET F; LYAN B; CORRING T
      INFLUENCE OF BILE-SALT MOLECULAR-SPECIES ON CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION FROM SUPERSATURATED MODEL BILES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    68. HUSSAIN MS; CHANDRASEKHARA N
      BILIARY PROTEINS FROM HEPATIC BILE OF RATS FED CURCUMIN OR CAPSAICIN INHIBIT CHOLESTEROL CRYSTAL NUCLEATION IN SUPERSATURATED MODEL BILE

      Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics
    69. HUSSAIN MS; CHANDRASEKHARA N
      EFFECT OF CURCUMIN AND CAPSAICIN ON THE REGRESSION OF PREESTABLISHED CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONES IN MICE

      Nutrition research
    70. DEBRUIJN MAC; MOK KS; OUT T; TYTGAT GNJ; GROEN AK
      IMMUNOGLOBULINS AND ALPHA(1)-ACID GLYCOPROTEIN DO NOT CONTRIBUTE TO THE CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION-PROMOTING EFFECT OF CONCANAVALIN A-BINDING BILIARY PROTEIN

      Hepatology
    71. JUVONEN T
      PATHOGENESIS OF GALLSTONES

      Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology
    72. HOFMANN AF
      PHARMACOLOGY OF URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID, AN ENTEROHEPATIC DRUG

      Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology
    73. AHMED HA; PETRONI ML; ABUHAMDIYYAH M; JAZRAWI RP; NORTHFIELD TC
      HYDROPHOBIC HYDROPHILIC BALANCE OF PROTEINS - A MAJOR DETERMINANT OF CHOLESTEROL CRYSTAL-FORMATION IN MODEL BILE/

      Journal of lipid research
    74. KONIKOFF FM; COHEN DE; CAREY MC
      PHOSPHOLIPID MOLECULAR-SPECIES INFLUENCE CRYSTAL HABITS AND TRANSITION SEQUENCES OF METASTABLE INTERMEDIATES DURING CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION FROM BILE SALT-RICH MODEL BILE

      Journal of lipid research
    75. KONIKOFF F
      NEW MECHANISMS IN CHOLESTEROL GALLSTONE DISEASE

      Israel journal of medical sciences
    76. OFFNER GD; GONG DH; AFDHAL NH
      IDENTIFICATION OF A 130-KILODALTON HUMAN BILIARY CONCANAVALIN A BINDING-PROTEIN AS AMINOPEPTIDASE-N

      Gastroenterology
    77. ABEI M; NUUTINEN H; KAWCZAK P; SCHWARZENDRUBE J; PILLAY SP; HOLZBACH RT
      IDENTIFICATION OF HUMAN BILIARY ALPHA(1)-ACID GLYCOPROTEIN AS A CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION PROMOTER

      Gastroenterology
    78. LIPSETT PA; HILDRETH J; KAUFMAN HS; LILLEMOE KD; PITT HA
      HUMAN GALLSTONES CONTAIN PRONUCLEATING NONMUCIN GLYCOPROTEINS THAT ARE IMMUNOGLOBULINS

      Annals of surgery
    79. VERDIER JM; DUSSOL B; BERLAND Y; DAGORN JC
      PROTEIN INHIBITORS OF CALCIUM SALT CRYSTAL-GROWTH IN SALIVA, BILE ANDPANCREATIC-JUICE

      Scanning microscopy
    80. ABEI M; SCHWARZENDRUBE J; NUUTINEN H; BROUGHAN TA; KAWCZAK P; WILLIAMS C; HOLZBACH RT
      CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION-PROMOTERS IN HUMAN BILE - COMPARATIVE POTENCIES OF IMMUNOGLOBULINS, ALPHA(1)-ACID GLYCOPROTEIN, PHOSPHOLIPASE-C, AND AMINOPEPTIDASE-N

      Journal of lipid research
    81. HOOD KA; GLEESON D; RUPPIN DC; DOWLING RH
      GALL STONE RECURRENCE AND ITS PREVENTION - THE BRITISH BELGIAN GALL STONE STUDY-GROUPS POST-DISSOLUTION TRIAL

      Gut
    82. NUNEZ L; AMIGO L; RIGOTTI A; PUGLIELLI L; MINGRONE G; GRECO AV; NERVI F
      CHOLESTEROL CRYSTALLIZATION-PROMOTING ACTIVITY OF AMINOPEPTIDASE-N ISOLATED FROM THE VESICULAR CARRIER OF BILIARY LIPIDS

      FEBS letters
    83. VANERPECUM KJ; STOLK MFJ; VANDENBROEK AMWC; RENOOIJ W; VANDEHEIJNING BJM; HENEGOUWEN GPV
      BILE CONCENTRATION PROMOTES NUCLEATION OF CHOLESTEROL MONOHYDRATE CRYSTALS BY INCREASING THE CHOLESTEROL CONCENTRATION IN THE VESICLES

      European journal of clinical investigation
    84. DOWLING RH; HUSSAINI SH; MURPHY GM; WASS JAH
      GALLSTONES DURING OCTREOTIDE THERAPY

      Digestion
    85. LUK AS; KALER EW; LEE SP
      PHOSPHOLIPASE-C-INDUCED AGGREGATION AND FUSION OF CHOLESTEROL LECITHIN SMALL UNILAMELLAR VESICLES

      Biochemistry


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