PMID: 13806093May 15, 1960Paper

On evaluation of the heterochromatic nuclear structure of granulocytes in blood cell morphological sex determination

Klinische Wochenschrift


No abstract listed.


Dec 12, 1953·British Medical Journal·L R BROSTERB CAMBER
Oct 1, 1955·Klinische Wochenschrift·H ROMATOWSKIH R WIEDEMANN
Jan 1, 1956·The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism·L C SUN, A E RAKOFF
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Apr 1, 1956·American Journal of Clinical Pathology·F J TENCZAR, D E STREITMATTER
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Mar 1, 1956·Scottish Medical Journal·B LENNOX
Jun 16, 1956·Nature·T W GLENISTER
Jun 1, 1956·Acta Haematologica·W KOSENOW, R SCUPIN
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