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  1. Medical and Social Characteristics and Quality of Life of Children with Urinary System Diseases (on the Example of Urinary System Infection)
    A.A. Maksimova, N.V. Savvina, N.M. Gogolev, A.I. Protopopova
    Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research. 2020; 11(2): 194-201.
  2. Covid-19 as a modern determinant of oil demand: pharmaceutical perspective
    Bondarenko Tatiana Grigorievna, Prodanova Natalia Alekseevna, Zhdanova Olga Aleksandrovna, Maksimova Tatiana Pavlovna
    Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy. 2020; 11(12): 1495-1506.
  3. Covid-19 as a modern determinant of oil demand: pharmaceutical perspective
    Bondarenko Tatiana Grigorievna, Prodanova Natalia Alekseevna, Zhdanova Olga Aleksandrovna, Maksimova Tatiana Pavlovna
    Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy. 2020; 11(12): 1757-1768.
  4. The Solution to the Problem of a Heart Rhythm Recovery with Modern Methods
    Gradskaya Anastasia Igorevna, Vitaliy Alekseevich Solovyov, Maksimova Irina Valeryevna, Egorova Anastasia Yurievna, Grishachkina Nadezhda Igorevna
    Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy. 2020; 11(5): 33-35.
  5. Development Of Zinc-Enriched Medicinal And Food Plants
    Anton Syroeshkin, Maria Makarova, Tatiana Maksimova, Tatiana Pleteneva, Igor Zlatskiy
    Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy. 2020; 11(10): 726-731.
  6. Mineralizing process and morphological structure of the femoral bone in rats under influence of aminophosphonates
    Semen O. Mostovoy, Viktor F. Shul’gin, Elena M. Maksimova, Igor A. Nauhatsky, Elena T. Melucova, Kristina A. Plehanova
    Journal of Experimental and Integrative Medicine. 2014; 4(2): 81-84.

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