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Hans Gierke and Joseph Disse; foreign teachers of anatomy at Tokyo University early in the Meiji Era (part I)] (Jpn)



Hans Gierke and Joseph Disse; foreign teachers of anatomy at Tokyo University early in the Meiji Era (part I)] (Jpn)



Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi 28(3): 317-327




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