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Quantitative Histological and Histochemical-studies On the Occurrence and Stages of Controlled Cell-death (apoptosis) During Regression of Rat-liver Hyperplasia

Bibliographic reference Bursch, W. ; Taper, HS. ; Lauer, B. ; Schultehermann, R.. Quantitative Histological and Histochemical-studies On the Occurrence and Stages of Controlled Cell-death (apoptosis) During Regression of Rat-liver Hyperplasia. In: Virchows Archiv. Section B: Cell Pathology, Vol. 50, no. 2, p. 153-166 (1985)
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