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Fluiddynamische, zellphysiologische und biochemische Aspekte der Atherogenese unter Strömungseinflüssen

  • Alexander Naumann
  • Holger Schmid-Schönbein
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Der erste Teil des Vortrages (A. Naumann) behandelt den Einfluß der Blutströmung auf die Lokalisation und Entstehung der Atherosklerose.

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  • Alexander Naumann
  • Holger Schmid-Schönbein

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