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Ксолар (омализумаб): новые возможности терапии тяжелой бронхиальной астмы

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Р. С. Фассахов
ФГУН "Казанский НИИ эпидемиологии и микробиологии Роспотребнадзора"
г. Казань

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Для цитирования:

Фассахов Р.С. Ксолар (омализумаб): новые возможности терапии тяжелой бронхиальной астмы. Пульмонология. 2007;(4):100-105.

For citation:

Fassakhov R.S. Xolair (omalizumab): new opportunities of therapy of severe asthma. PULMONOLOGIYA. 2007;(4):100-105. (In Russ.)

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