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Pregnancy detection in farm animals by radioimmunoassay of a pregnancy specific protein in serum



Pregnancy detection in farm animals by radioimmunoassay of a pregnancy specific protein in serum



Hau, J (Ed ) Pregnancy Proteins in Animals; International Meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark, April 22-24, 1985 Xi+536p Walter De Gruyter And Co : Berlin, West Germany; New York, New York, Usa Illus 511-517




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