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Histochemical studies on genetical control of hormonal enzyme inducibility in the mouse. I. Non-specific esterase activity and regional histology of the epididymis

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Histochemical studies on genetical control of hormonal enzyme inducibility in the mouse. I. Non-specific esterase activity and regional histology of the epididymis. / Blecher, S R; Kirkeby, S.

I: Journal of Anatomy, Bind 125, Nr. Pt 2, 1978, s. 247-65.

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Blecher, SR & Kirkeby, S 1978, 'Histochemical studies on genetical control of hormonal enzyme inducibility in the mouse. I. Non-specific esterase activity and regional histology of the epididymis', Journal of Anatomy, bind 125, nr. Pt 2, s. 247-65.

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Blecher, S. R., & Kirkeby, S. (1978). Histochemical studies on genetical control of hormonal enzyme inducibility in the mouse. I. Non-specific esterase activity and regional histology of the epididymis. Journal of Anatomy, 125(Pt 2), 247-65.

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Blecher SR, Kirkeby S. Histochemical studies on genetical control of hormonal enzyme inducibility in the mouse. I. Non-specific esterase activity and regional histology of the epididymis. Journal of Anatomy. 1978;125(Pt 2):247-65.

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Blecher, S R ; Kirkeby, S. / Histochemical studies on genetical control of hormonal enzyme inducibility in the mouse. I. Non-specific esterase activity and regional histology of the epididymis. I: Journal of Anatomy. 1978 ; Bind 125, Nr. Pt 2. s. 247-65.

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