中国呼吸与危重监护杂志

中国呼吸与危重监护杂志

抑癌基因 PTEN 与特发性肺间质纤维化

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引用本文: 刘春雨, 高占成. 抑癌基因 PTEN 与特发性肺间质纤维化. 中国呼吸与危重监护杂志, 2018, 17(2): 200-205. doi: 10.7507/1671-6205.201708021 复制

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