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In vitro generation of replacement knee wear by simulation. / Lilley, P. A.; Mason, P.; Blunn, G. W.

In: IEEE Conference Publication, No. 457, 1998, p. 35-39.

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Lilley, PA, Mason, P & Blunn, GW 1998, 'In vitro generation of replacement knee wear by simulation', IEEE Conference Publication, no. 457, pp. 35-39.

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Lilley, P. A., Mason, P., & Blunn, G. W. (1998). In vitro generation of replacement knee wear by simulation. IEEE Conference Publication, (457), 35-39.

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Lilley PA, Mason P, Blunn GW. In vitro generation of replacement knee wear by simulation. IEEE Conference Publication. 1998;(457):35-39.

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Lilley, P. A. ; Mason, P. ; Blunn, G. W. / In vitro generation of replacement knee wear by simulation. In: IEEE Conference Publication. 1998 ; No. 457. pp. 35-39.

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