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Muscle cartilage and bone development and differentiation from chick limb mesenchymal cells



Muscle cartilage and bone development and differentiation from chick limb mesenchymal cells



Ede, D A , J R Hinchliffe And Michael Balls (Ed ) British Society For Developmental Biology Symposium 3 Vertebrate Limb And Somite Morphogenesis Glasgow, Scotland, Sept 1-4, 1976 Cambridge University Press: New York, N Y , Usa; Cambridge, England Isbn 0-521-21552-8 199-213




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