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Ground glass modification for photomicrography


, : Ground glass modification for photomicrography. Journal of the Biological Photographic Association 22(4): 165-165

A plastic or glass disc is cemented to the ground glass to provide a clear area for focusing.

US$29.90

PMID: 13233257


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