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Regulation of growth in cultured mammary epithelium from beef and dairy heifers


Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 53(0): 143-145
Regulation of growth in cultured mammary epithelium from beef and dairy heifers


Accession: 002477140



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