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Histochemical detection of the in vivo produced cellular aldehydes by means of direct Schiff's reaction in CCl4 intoxicated rat liver.

Bibliographic reference Taper, Henryk ; Somer, M P ; Lans, M. ; de Gerlache, J ; Roberfroid, Marcel. Histochemical detection of the in vivo produced cellular aldehydes by means of direct Schiff's reaction in CCl4 intoxicated rat liver.. In: Archives of toxicology, Vol. 61, no. 5, p. 406-10 (1988)
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