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The continuous measurement of the specific radioactivity of the expiratory carbon dioxide of an animal after administration of compounds labelled with carbon 14. Detection of isotopic equilibria



The continuous measurement of the specific radioactivity of the expiratory carbon dioxide of an animal after administration of compounds labelled with carbon 14. Detection of isotopic equilibria



Journal de Physiologie 54: 701-710




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