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Human chromosome aberrations induced by radiation, chemicals and viruses. Radiation-induced chromosome aberrations in man: a possible biological dosimeter


, : Human chromosome aberrations induced by radiation, chemicals and viruses. Radiation-induced chromosome aberrations in man: a possible biological dosimeter. Federation Proceedings 28(6): 1790-1793


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