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Prostate cancer screening: clinical impact of WHO calibration of Beckman Coulter Access (R) prostate-specific antigen assays

Bibliographic reference Fillee, Catherine ; Tombal, Bertrand ; Philippe, Marianne. Prostate cancer screening: clinical impact of WHO calibration of Beckman Coulter Access (R) prostate-specific antigen assays. In: Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine : Associated with FESCC and IFCC, Vol. 48, no. 2, p. 285-8 (2010)
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