Mechanisms of disease


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NAME

Mechanisms of disease

DESCRIPTION

The defects in molecular and cellular processes that constitute the triggers of specific pathologies are referred to as mechanisms of disease. Research in this area is vital for designing appropriate and effective treatments.

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