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Полимеры в лечении ран: реалии и горизонты

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О. А. Легонькова
ФГБУ «Институт хирургии им. А.В. Вишневского» Минздрава России
117997, Москва, ул. Большая Серпуховская, 27

М. С. Белова
ФГБУ «Институт хирургии им. А.В. Вишневского» Минздрава России
117997, Москва, ул. Большая Серпуховская, 27

Л. Ю. Асанова
ФГБУ «Институт хирургии им. А.В. Вишневского» Минздрава России
117997, Москва, ул. Большая Серпуховская, 27

А. Д. Алиев
ФГБУН «Институт физической химии и электрохимии им. А.Н. Фрумкина Российской академии наук»

119071, Москва, Ленинский проспект, 31, корп. 4

А. Е. Чалых
ФГБУН «Институт физической химии и электрохимии им. А.Н. Фрумкина Российской академии наук»

119071, Москва, Ленинский проспект, 31, корп. 4

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Для цитирования:

Легонькова О.А., Белова М.С., Асанова Л.Ю., Алиев А.Д., Чалых А.Е. Полимеры в лечении ран: реалии и горизонты. Раны и раневые инфекции. Журнал имени проф. Б.М. Костючёнка. 2016;3(1):12-18.

For citation:

Legon’kova O.A., Belova M.S., Asanova L.Yu., Aliev A.D., Chalykh A.E. Polymers in the treatment of wounds: realities and perspectives. Wounds and wound infections. The prof. B.M. Kostyuchenok journal. 2016;3(1):12-18. (In Russ.)

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