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PERFLENAPENT EMULSION : ULTRASOUND CONTRAST MEDIA

@article{Worah1997PERFLENAPENTE,
  title={PERFLENAPENT EMULSION : ULTRASOUND CONTRAST MEDIA},
  author={Dilip Worah and Dean R. Kessler and Adrienne R Meuter and Meichu Huang and Jean-Michel Correas and Steven Carl Quay},
  journal={Drugs of The Future},
  year={1997},
  volume={22},
  pages={378-385}
}
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