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Fertilization of parthenogenetically activate mouse eggs. I. Behaviour of sperm nuclei in the cytoplasm of parthenogenetically activated eggs


Fertilization of parthenogenetically activate mouse eggs. I. Behaviour of sperm nuclei in the cytoplasm of parthenogenetically activated eggs



Experimental Cell Research 139(2): 361-367



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PMID: 7200904


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