Paper Title:
Indinavir: A Rare Urinary Stone in HIV-1-Infected Patients – Occurrence and Crystal Properties
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Materials Science Forum (Volumes 443-444)
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Yvonne Andersson, Eric J. Mittemeijer and Udo Welzel
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407-410
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.443-444.407
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R. Tessadri, U.J. Griesser, M. Prillinger, K. Wurst, "Indinavir: A Rare Urinary Stone in HIV-1-Infected Patients – Occurrence and Crystal Properties", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 443-444, pp. 407-410, 2004
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