Matrix metalloproteinases as drug targets in preeclampsia (2013)
- Autor USP: SANTOS, JOSE EDUARDO TANUS DOS - FMRP
- Unidade: FMRP
- Subjects: HIPERTENSÃO; METALOPROTEINASES; PRÉ-ECLÂMPSIA; GRAVIDEZ (COMPLICAÇÕES)
- Language: Inglês
ABNTPALEI, Ana C. T.; GRANGER, Joey P.; TANUS-SANTOS, José Eduardo. Matrix metalloproteinases as drug targets in preeclampsia. Current Drug Targets, Bussum, v. 14, n. 3, p. 325-334, 2013.
APAPalei, A. C. T., Granger, J. P., & Tanus-Santos, J. E. (2013). Matrix metalloproteinases as drug targets in preeclampsia. Current Drug Targets, 14( 3), 325-334.
NLMPalei ACT, Granger JP, Tanus-Santos JE. Matrix metalloproteinases as drug targets in preeclampsia. Current Drug Targets. 2013 ; 14( 3): 325-334.
VancouverPalei ACT, Granger JP, Tanus-Santos JE. Matrix metalloproteinases as drug targets in preeclampsia. Current Drug Targets. 2013 ; 14( 3): 325-334.
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