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Activity of coenzyme Q 10 (Q-Ter multicomposite) on recovery time in noise-induced hearing loss

Staffa Paola, Cambi Jacopo, Mezzedimi Chiara, Passali Desiderio, Bellussi Luisa

Year : 2014| Volume: 16| Issue : 72 | Page no: 265-269

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