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Growth regulation of cancer

Proceedings of an Ortho-UCLA Symposium on Growth Regulation of Cancer, held at Park City, Utah, January 17-23, 1987 (UCLA symposia on molecular and cellular biology)

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Number of Pages246
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ISBN 100845126733
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