ALTERED APOB48 EXPRESSION CAN BE A MARKER OF SEVERE PANENTERIC DYSMOTILITY

(1) DIMEC,University of Bologna,BOLOGNA,Italy;DIMEVET,University of Bologna,Ozzano Dell' Emilia,Italy

(2) DIMEC,University of Bologna,BOLOGNA,Italy

(3) U.O.C. Genetica Medica,Istituto Giannina Gaslini,Genova,Italy

(4) DIMEVET,University of Bologna,Ozzano Dell' Emilia,Italy



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