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Литература к статье «Митохондриальная свободно-радикальная теория старения – на каком этапе мы находимся?»

«Митохондриальная свободно-радикальная теория старения – на каком этапе мы находимся?»
The mitochondrial free radical theory of ageing – Where do we stand?
(Frontiers in Bioscience 13, 6554-6579, May 1, 2008)

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