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Reprocessing of Haematoxylin-stained and Eosin-stained Histological Sections for Ultrastructural-study and Localization of Viral Particles in Skin Specimens

Bibliographic reference Burtonboy, Guy ; Lachapelle, Jean-Marie. Reprocessing of Haematoxylin-stained and Eosin-stained Histological Sections for Ultrastructural-study and Localization of Viral Particles in Skin Specimens. In: Archives of Dermatological Research, Vol. 273, no. 3-4, p. 349-352 (1982)
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