Exposure of Kupffer cells to iron results in altered function and a significant reduction in ROS production

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Original languageEnglish
Pages342A - 342A
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 1997
EventPostgraduates Courses & 48th Annual Meeting - Philadelphia USA
Duration: 7 Nov 199711 Nov 1997

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ConferencePostgraduates Courses & 48th Annual Meeting
CityPhiladelphia USA
Period7/11/9711/11/97

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Pianko, S., Patella, S., & Sievert, W. (1997). Exposure of Kupffer cells to iron results in altered function and a significant reduction in ROS production. 342A - 342A. Abstract from Postgraduates Courses & 48th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia USA, .
Pianko, Stephen ; Patella, Shane ; Sievert, William. / Exposure of Kupffer cells to iron results in altered function and a significant reduction in ROS production. Abstract from Postgraduates Courses & 48th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia USA, .1 p.
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Pianko, S, Patella, S & Sievert, W 1997, 'Exposure of Kupffer cells to iron results in altered function and a significant reduction in ROS production' Postgraduates Courses & 48th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia USA, 7/11/97 - 11/11/97, pp. 342A - 342A.

Exposure of Kupffer cells to iron results in altered function and a significant reduction in ROS production. / Pianko, Stephen; Patella, Shane; Sievert, William.

1997. 342A - 342A Abstract from Postgraduates Courses & 48th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia USA, .

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractOther

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Pianko S, Patella S, Sievert W. Exposure of Kupffer cells to iron results in altered function and a significant reduction in ROS production. 1997. Abstract from Postgraduates Courses & 48th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia USA, .