The textbook used in this course is Branden and Tooze:
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(See also the papers II-V which follow the above in the Journal.)
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———. "The Biosynthesis of Collagen and its Disorders. (Second of Two Parts)." New England Journal of Medicine 301, no. 2 (1979): 77-85.
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