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Soy isoflavones reduce heat shock proteins in experimental atherosclerosis (2006)

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  • USP affiliated authors: ABDALLA, DULCINEIA SAES PARRA - FCF
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  • DOI: 10.1007/s00394-005-0581-8
  • Language: Inglês
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  • Título: European Journal of Nutrition

    ISSN: 1436-6207

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      PEREIRA, Isabela Rosier Olimpio; ABDALLA, Dulcinéia Saes Parra. Soy isoflavones reduce heat shock proteins in experimental atherosclerosis. European Journal of Nutrition, Darmstadt, v. 45, n. 3, p. 178-186, 2006. DOI: 10.1007/s00394-005-0581-8.
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      Pereira, I. R. O., & Abdalla, D. S. P. (2006). Soy isoflavones reduce heat shock proteins in experimental atherosclerosis. European Journal of Nutrition, 45( 3), 178-186. doi:10.1007/s00394-005-0581-8
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      Pereira IRO, Abdalla DSP. Soy isoflavones reduce heat shock proteins in experimental atherosclerosis. European Journal of Nutrition. 2006 ; 45( 3): 178-186.
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      Pereira IRO, Abdalla DSP. Soy isoflavones reduce heat shock proteins in experimental atherosclerosis. European Journal of Nutrition. 2006 ; 45( 3): 178-186.

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