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A Quantitative Method for Monitoring Wound Healing

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A Quantitative Method for Monitoring Wound Healing. / Kekonen, Atte; Bergelin, Mikael; Eriksson, Jani-Erik; Ylänen, Heimo; Viik, Jari.

julkaisussa: International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism, Vuosikerta 17, Nro 1, 16.06.2015, s. 36-41.

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Kekonen, A, Bergelin, M, Eriksson, J-E, Ylänen, H & Viik, J 2015, 'A Quantitative Method for Monitoring Wound Healing', International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism, Vuosikerta. 17, Nro 1, Sivut 36-41.

APA

Kekonen, A., Bergelin, M., Eriksson, J-E., Ylänen, H., & Viik, J. (2015). A Quantitative Method for Monitoring Wound Healing. International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism, 17(1), 36-41.

Vancouver

Kekonen A, Bergelin M, Eriksson J-E, Ylänen H, Viik J. A Quantitative Method for Monitoring Wound Healing. International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism. 2015 kesä 16;17(1):36-41.

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Kekonen, Atte ; Bergelin, Mikael ; Eriksson, Jani-Erik ; Ylänen, Heimo ; Viik, Jari. / A Quantitative Method for Monitoring Wound Healing. Julkaisussa: International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism. 2015 ; Vuosikerta 17, Nro 1. Sivut 36-41.

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AU - Viik, Jari

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