Determination of relevant endpoints to evaluate the in vivo barrier function in cutaneous health

Jornal de Investigação Biomédica e Biofarmacêutica

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Translated title: Determinação de "endpoints" relevantes para a avaliação in vivo da função "barreira" na saúde cutânea
Journal Title: Jornal de Investigação Biomédica e Biofarmacêutica
First author: Emília Alves
Other Authors: Patrícia Rijo;
Luís Monteiro Rodrigues;
Catarina Rosado
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Language: English
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Resource type: Journal Article
Source: Jornal de Investigação Biomédica e Biofarmacêutica; Vol 16, No 1 (Year 2019).
Publisher: Associação Lusófona para o Desenvolvimento da Investigação e Ensino em Ciências da Saúde
Usage rights: Reconocimiento - NoComercial (by-nc)
Knowledge areas / Categories: Life Sciences --> Biochemistry --AMP-- Molecular Biology
Health Sciences --> Pharmacology --AMP-- Pharmacy
Health Sciences, Life Sciences --> Physiology

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