Paper-Based Analytical Device for Quantitative Urinalysis
Seong-Geun Jeong, Jongmin Kim, Jin-Oh Nam, Young Shin Song, Chang-Soo Lee
Int Neurourol J. 2013;17(4):155-161.   Published online 2013 Dec 31
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