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L. D'Elia


G. Barba


F. P. Cappuccio

United Kingdom

P. Strazzullo



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D'Elia L., Barba G., Cappuccio F.P., Strazzullo P. POTASSIUM INTAKE, STROKE, AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: A META-ANALYSIS OF PROSPECTIVE STUDIES. Rational Pharmacotherapy in Cardiology. 2011;7(3):371-381. (In Russ.)

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