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Circulating microRNA in cardiovascular disease : Advances in Clinical Chemistry. / Fung, E.C.; Butt, A.N.; Eastwood, J.; Swaminathan, R.; Sodi, R.

Advances in Clinical Chemistry. ed. / Gregory S. Makowski. ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC, 2019. p. 99-122 (Advances in Clinical Chemistry; Vol. 91).

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Fung, EC, Butt, AN, Eastwood, J, Swaminathan, R & Sodi, R 2019, Circulating microRNA in cardiovascular disease: Advances in Clinical Chemistry. in GS Makowski (ed.), Advances in Clinical Chemistry. Advances in Clinical Chemistry, vol. 91, ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC, pp. 99-122. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.acc.2019.03.003

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Fung, E. C., Butt, A. N., Eastwood, J., Swaminathan, R., & Sodi, R. (2019). Circulating microRNA in cardiovascular disease: Advances in Clinical Chemistry. In G. S. Makowski (Ed.), Advances in Clinical Chemistry (pp. 99-122). (Advances in Clinical Chemistry; Vol. 91). ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.acc.2019.03.003

Vancouver

Fung EC, Butt AN, Eastwood J, Swaminathan R, Sodi R. Circulating microRNA in cardiovascular disease: Advances in Clinical Chemistry. In Makowski GS, editor, Advances in Clinical Chemistry. ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC. 2019. p. 99-122. (Advances in Clinical Chemistry). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.acc.2019.03.003

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Fung, E.C. ; Butt, A.N. ; Eastwood, J. ; Swaminathan, R. ; Sodi, R. / Circulating microRNA in cardiovascular disease : Advances in Clinical Chemistry. Advances in Clinical Chemistry. editor / Gregory S. Makowski. ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC, 2019. pp. 99-122 (Advances in Clinical Chemistry).

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