By K.D. Rainsford (auth.), Randall E. Harris, R. Bittman, D. Dasgupta, H. Engelhardt, L. Flohe, H. Herrmann, A. Holzenburg, H-P. Nasheuer, S. Rottem, M. Wyss, P. Zwickl (eds.)
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Inflammation in the Pathogenesis of Chronic Diseases: The COX-2 Controversy by K.D. Rainsford (auth.), Randall E. Harris, R. Bittman, D. Dasgupta, H. Engelhardt, L. Flohe, H. Herrmann, A. Holzenburg, H-P. Nasheuer, S. Rottem, M. Wyss, P. Zwickl (eds.)