Interaction of polymorphonuclear leukozytes with cartilage in vitro - catabolic effects of serine protease and oxygen radicals

Burkhardt H, Rehkopf E, Kasten M, Rauls S, Heimann P (1988)
Scand J Rheumatol 17(3): 183-195.

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Burkhardt H, Rehkopf E, Kasten M, Rauls S, Heimann P. Interaction of polymorphonuclear leukozytes with cartilage in vitro - catabolic effects of serine protease and oxygen radicals. Scand J Rheumatol. 1988;17(3):183-195.
Burkhardt, H., Rehkopf, E., Kasten, M., Rauls, S., & Heimann, P. (1988). Interaction of polymorphonuclear leukozytes with cartilage in vitro - catabolic effects of serine protease and oxygen radicals. Scand J Rheumatol, 17(3), 183-195.
Burkhardt, H., Rehkopf, E., Kasten, M., Rauls, S., and Heimann, P. (1988). Interaction of polymorphonuclear leukozytes with cartilage in vitro - catabolic effects of serine protease and oxygen radicals. Scand J Rheumatol 17, 183-195.
Burkhardt, H., et al., 1988. Interaction of polymorphonuclear leukozytes with cartilage in vitro - catabolic effects of serine protease and oxygen radicals. Scand J Rheumatol, 17(3), p 183-195.
H. Burkhardt, et al., “Interaction of polymorphonuclear leukozytes with cartilage in vitro - catabolic effects of serine protease and oxygen radicals”, Scand J Rheumatol, vol. 17, 1988, pp. 183-195.
Burkhardt, H., Rehkopf, E., Kasten, M., Rauls, S., Heimann, P.: Interaction of polymorphonuclear leukozytes with cartilage in vitro - catabolic effects of serine protease and oxygen radicals. Scand J Rheumatol. 17, 183-195 (1988).
Burkhardt, H, Rehkopf, E, Kasten, M, Rauls, S, and Heimann, Peter. “Interaction of polymorphonuclear leukozytes with cartilage in vitro - catabolic effects of serine protease and oxygen radicals”. Scand J Rheumatol 17.3 (1988): 183-195.
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