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Effects of glutamine, taurine and their association on inflammatory pathway markers in macrophages (2018)

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      SARTORI, Tálita; SANTOS, Guilherme Galvão dos; PEDRO, Amanda Nogueira; et al. Effects of glutamine, taurine and their association on inflammatory pathway markers in macrophages. Inflammopharmacology, Basel, v. 26, p. 829-838, 2018. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1007/s10787-017-0406-4.
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      Sartori, T., Santos, G. G. dos, Pedro, A. N., Makiyama, E. N., Rogero, M. M., Borelli, P., & Fock, R. A. (2018). Effects of glutamine, taurine and their association on inflammatory pathway markers in macrophages. Inflammopharmacology, 26, 829-838. doi:10.1007/s10787-017-0406-4
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      Sartori T, Santos GG dos, Pedro AN, Makiyama EN, Rogero MM, Borelli P, Fock RA. Effects of glutamine, taurine and their association on inflammatory pathway markers in macrophages [Internet]. Inflammopharmacology. 2018 ; 26 829-838.Available from:
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      Sartori T, Santos GG dos, Pedro AN, Makiyama EN, Rogero MM, Borelli P, Fock RA. Effects of glutamine, taurine and their association on inflammatory pathway markers in macrophages [Internet]. Inflammopharmacology. 2018 ; 26 829-838.Available from:

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