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Current and novel P2Y12 ADP receptor antagonists and bleeding risk in dental surgery

@inproceedings{Srihirun2016CurrentAN,
  title={Current and novel P2Y12 ADP receptor antagonists and bleeding risk in dental surgery},
  author={Sirada Srihirun and สิรดา ศรีหิรัญ and N. Sibmooh and ณัฐวุธ สิบหมู่},
  year={2016}
}
Current and novel P2Y12 ADP receptor antagonists and bleeding risk in dental surgery Sirada Srihirun, Nathawut Sibmooh Sirada Srihirun, Nathawut Sibmooh 1 Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University Email: Sirada.srh@mahidol.ac.th 2 Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University Email: Nathawut.sib@mahidol.ac.th Current and novel P2Y12 ADP receptor antagonists and bleeding risk in dental surgery 

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