2015 - IPITA-IXA-CTS
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Mini-Orals: Clinical Pancreas and Islet Transplantation
1.9 - Cholestatic Liver Injury after Biliary Reconstruction Impairs Transplanted Islet Viability and Function due to Oxidative Stress
Presenter: Naoaki, Sakata, Sendai, Japan
Authors: Naoaki Sakata , Fuyuhiko Motoi , Hiroki Hayashi , Gumpei Yoshimatsu , Haruyuki Tsuchiya , Shojiro Sawada , Takeshi Naitoh , Yu Katayose , Masafumi Goto , Michiaki Unno
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