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Liver Transplantation in the Clinic - Progress Made During the Last Three Decades

By Marco Carbone,Giuseppe Orlando, Brian Sanders, Christopher Booth, Tom Soker, Quirino Lai, Katia Clemente, Antonio Famulari, Jan P. Lerut and Francesco Pisani

Submitted: January 18th 2012Reviewed: April 16th 2012Published: May 16th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/48788

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Marco Carbone,Giuseppe Orlando, Brian Sanders, Christopher Booth, Tom Soker, Quirino Lai, Katia Clemente, Antonio Famulari, Jan P. Lerut and Francesco Pisani (May 16th 2012). Liver Transplantation in the Clinic - Progress Made During the Last Three Decades, Liver Regeneration, Pedro M. Baptista, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/48788. Available from:

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