The Liver: biology and pathobiology
Irwin M. Arias
Raven Press, 1988 - Medical - 1377 pages
Praise for previous editions: This book is outstanding...because of the assimilation of many thousands of basic science facts... [and] the clear way important information is put together for clinical thinking. No other book accomplishes this as well, as clearly, or in as readily readable form.
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Nucleus DNA and Chromatin
Hepatic Gene Expression and mRNA Metabolism
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