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Immuno therapy of a transplantable chemically induced hepatoma in syngeneic guinea pigs

Immuno therapy of a transplantable chemically induced hepatoma in syngeneic guinea pigs

Doll, R And I Vodopija (Ed ) Iarc (International Agency For Research on Cancer) Scientific Publication, No 7 Host Environment Interactions in The Etiology Of Cancer in Man Proceedings Of A Meeting Primosten, Yugoslavia, Aug 27 - Sept 2, 1972 Xix+464p Illus International Agency For Research on Cancer: Lyon, France (Dist By World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland ) 291-295

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