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Quantitative microscopy. Proceedings of the East German Society for Topochemistry and Electron Microscopy, presented at the 11th session, Leipzig, 23-25 October 1979


, : Quantitative microscopy. Proceedings of the East German Society for Topochemistry and Electron Microscopy, presented at the 11th session, Leipzig, 23-25 October 1979. Acta Histochemica. Supplementband 26: 1-449


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