Fas and Fas ligand in the gut and liver

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PINKOSKI, Michael J., Thomas BRUNNER, Douglas R. GREEN, Tesu LIN, 2000. Fas and Fas ligand in the gut and liver. In: American journal of physiology : Gastrointestinal and liver physiology. 278(3), pp. G354-G366

@article{Pinkoski2000ligan-14356, title={Fas and Fas ligand in the gut and liver}, year={2000}, number={3}, volume={278}, journal={American journal of physiology : Gastrointestinal and liver physiology}, pages={G354--G366}, author={Pinkoski, Michael J. and Brunner, Thomas and Green, Douglas R. and Lin, Tesu} }

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