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The Effects of Pharmacopuncture Therapy on the (ST) for DSS-induced Colitis in Rats
Tae Jun Yang, Kyeong Ok Kim, Kyeong Su Kim, Su Yeon Park, Seung Joung Yang, Chang Won Choi, Tung Shuen Wei
J Acupunct Res. 2015;32(2):77-85.   Published online June 20, 2015
DOI: https://doi.org/10.13045/acupunct.2015021

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The Effects of Pharmacopuncture Therapy on the (ST) for DSS-induced Colitis in Rats
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