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The low nanomolar levels of N-G-monomethylarginine in serum and urine of patients with chronic renal insufficiency are not significantly different from control levels

(2003) AMINO ACIDS. 24(4). p.375-381
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TORREMANS, A, B MARESCAU, Raymond Vanholder, R DE SMET, JM BILLIOUW, and PP DE DEYN. 2003. “The Low Nanomolar Levels of N-G-monomethylarginine in Serum and Urine of Patients with Chronic Renal Insufficiency Are Not Significantly Different from Control Levels.” Amino Acids 24 (4): 375–381.
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TORREMANS, A., MARESCAU, B., Vanholder, R., DE SMET, R., BILLIOUW, J., & DE DEYN, P. (2003). The low nanomolar levels of N-G-monomethylarginine in serum and urine of patients with chronic renal insufficiency are not significantly different from control levels. AMINO ACIDS, 24(4), 375–381.
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TORREMANS A, MARESCAU B, Vanholder R, DE SMET R, BILLIOUW J, DE DEYN P. The low nanomolar levels of N-G-monomethylarginine in serum and urine of patients with chronic renal insufficiency are not significantly different from control levels. AMINO ACIDS. SPRINGER-VERLAG; 2003;24(4):375–81.
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TORREMANS, A, B MARESCAU, Raymond Vanholder, et al. “The Low Nanomolar Levels of N-G-monomethylarginine in Serum and Urine of Patients with Chronic Renal Insufficiency Are Not Significantly Different from Control Levels.” AMINO ACIDS 24.4 (2003): 375–381. Print.
@article{288094,
  author       = {TORREMANS, A and MARESCAU, B and Vanholder, Raymond and DE SMET, R and BILLIOUW, JM and DE DEYN, PP},
  issn         = {0939-4451},
  journal      = {AMINO ACIDS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {375--381},
  publisher    = {SPRINGER-VERLAG},
  title        = {The low nanomolar levels of N-G-monomethylarginine in serum and urine of patients with chronic renal insufficiency are not significantly different from control levels},
  volume       = {24},
  year         = {2003},
}

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