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High molecular weight hyaluronan decreases UVB-induced apoptosis and inflammation in human epithelial corneal cells

By Thierry Pauloin, Mélody Dutot, Francine Joly, Jean-Michel Warnet and Patrice Rat
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Molecular Vision
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