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The use of Rb in a study of cell function in Malpighian tubules of locusts by X-ray microanalysis


, : The use of Rb in a study of cell function in Malpighian tubules of locusts by X-ray microanalysis. Cell Biology International 17(10): 971-972


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Accession: 002530072

DOI: 10.1006/cbir.1993.1022

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