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Variability of CFU-GM measurements and correlation with CD34-positive cell yields from the blood and marrow of normal donors



Variability of CFU-GM measurements and correlation with CD34-positive cell yields from the blood and marrow of normal donors



Blood 88(10 Suppl. 1 Part 1-2): 242B




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