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Topical application of L-arginine blocks advanced glycation by ascorbic acid in the lens of hSVCT2 transgenic mice

By Xingjun Fan, Liu Xiaoqin, Breshey Potts, Christopher M. Strauch, Ina Nemet and Vincent M. Monnier
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Molecular Vision
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3164690
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