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Марина Владимировна Шапина
ФГБУ «ГНЦК им. А.Н. Рыжих» Минздрава России

И. Л. Халиф
ФГБУ «ГНЦК им. А.Н. Рыжих» Минздрава России

Б. А. Нанаева
ФГБУ «ГНЦК им. А.Н. Рыжих» Минздрава России

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Для цитирования:

Шапина М.В., Халиф И.Л., Нанаева Б.А. ПРИМЕНЕНИЕ ЦЕРТОЛИЗУМАБА ПЭГОЛА ПРИ БОЛЕЗНИ КРОНА (обзор литературы). Колопроктология. 2016;(3):102-108.

For citation:

Shapina M.V., Khalif I.L., Nanaeva V.A. CERTOLIZUMAB PEGOL IN CHOHN'S DISEASE (review). Koloproktologia. 2016;(3):102-108. (In Russ.)

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