PMID: 13770874Mar 1, 1961Paper

Recent developments in human cytogenetics

Eugenics Quarterly


No abstract listed.


Jun 7, 1958·Nature·C E FORDL G LAJTHA
Apr 11, 1959·Nature·C E FORDP M BISHOP
Sep 24, 1960·Lancet·C O CARTERS D WELLER
Oct 22, 1960·Lancet·M FRACCAROJ LINDSTEN
Oct 15, 1960·Lancet·M D HAYWARD, B D BOWER
Nov 24, 1960·The New England Journal of Medicine·K HIRSCHHORNH L COOPER
Nov 3, 1960·The New England Journal of Medicine·J T LANMANK HIRSCHHORN
Oct 15, 1960·Lancet·I M TOUGHW M COURT-BROWN
Sep 26, 1959·Lancet·A G BAIKIEJ S MILNE
Apr 9, 1960·Lancet·J H EDWARDSO H WOLFF
Aug 1, 1960·Annals of Internal Medicine·M A FERGUSON-SMITH, A W JOHNSTON
Jan 1, 1960·Archives of Internal Medicine·D C GRAHAM
Jul 2, 1960·Lancet·J S STEWART, A R SANDERSON
May 1, 1960·Annals of Human Genetics·D G HARNDENL S PENROSE
Sep 26, 1959·Lancet·P A JACOBSD G HARNDEN
Jun 4, 1960·Lancet·P A JACOBSJ A STRONG
Apr 9, 1960·Lancet·K PATAUH P WAGNER
Aug 20, 1960·Lancet·L S PENROSEJ D DELHANTY
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