Proteomics and Substrate Based MS Imaging of Xenobiotic Metabolising Enzymes in Ex Vivo Human Skin and a Human Living Skin Equivalent Model

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Proteomics and Substrate Based MS Imaging of Xenobiotic Metabolising Enzymes in Ex Vivo Human Skin and a Human Living Skin Equivalent Model
 
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J. R. A. Newton, N. Couto, J. Barber, R. Bojar, J. Sidaway and M. Clench

 
 

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