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Comparison In The Glucose Response Of Flexible Liposomes Loaded With Insulin With The Addition Of Different Surfactants In An Experimental Diabetes Model

Sara Melisa Arciniegas, Sergio Andrés Saavedra, Danaé Balderas, Sara del Carmen Caballero, M. J. Bernad, J. C. Sánchez, M. I. Gracia, Héctor Ariel Rico, D. Vargas
Published 2020 · Chemistry

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