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  American Journal of Physiology (1898 - 1976)

Licensed for the period: Nationallizenz: Vol. 1 (1898) - Vol. 231 (1976) Readme
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Publisher:American Physiological Society (APS)
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Fulltext online since:Vol. 1, Iss. 1 (1898)
Fulltext online until:Vol. 231, Iss. 6 (1976)
Type of appearance:Fulltext, online and print
Pricetype:subject to fee
Annotation:Access to the full text of legacy content of all APS journals is available for a one-time purchase price, and is free to Society members. American Journal of Physiology for the period from 1898 to the point at which AJP was split into individual sections (1976).
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