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Structural changes in the kidney of chronic copper poisoned sheep



Structural changes in the kidney of chronic copper poisoned sheep



Braetter, P And P Schramel (Ed ) Trace Element Analytical Chemistry in Medicine And Biology, Vol 2 Proceedings Of The International Workshop, Neuherberg, West Germany, April 1982 Xvi+1189p Walter De Gruyter: Berlin, West Germany; New York, N Y , Usa Illus P341-352




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