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Development of an improved animal model for pancreatic cancer


, : Development of an improved animal model for pancreatic cancer. Farber, Emmanuel Et Al (Ed ) Proceedings Of The 7th International Symposium Of The Princess Takamatsu Cancer Research Fund, Tokyo, 1976 Patho Physiology Of Carcinogenesis in Digestive Organs Xvi+441p Illus University Park Press: Baltimore, Md , Usa Isbn 0-8391-1207-6 397-411


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