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The Neoplastic Potentialities Of Mouse Embryo Tissues: V. The Tumors Elicited With Methylcholanthrene From Pulmonary Epithelium



The Neoplastic Potentialities Of Mouse Embryo Tissues: V. The Tumors Elicited With Methylcholanthrene From Pulmonary Epithelium



Journal of Experimental Medicine 91(1): 87-104




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DOI: 10.1084/jem.91.1.87


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