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Stability and Safety of Bee Venom with and without Additives
Young Hyeon Bae, Chong Hwan Lee, Hae Sol Kim, Ho Sun Kim, Chang Yong Suh, No Hyeon Kim, Jin Ho Lee, In Hyuk Ha, Me Riong Kim, Hwa Jin Chung, In Hee Lee, Min Jeong Kim, Eun Jee Kim, Jae Woong Lee
J Acupunct Res. 2015;32(3):127-133.   Published online September 20, 2015
DOI: https://doi.org/10.13045/acupunct.2015045

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Stability and Safety of Bee Venom with and without Additives
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