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Use of Isotopes in Biology

Nature volume 143, pages 709711 (29 April 1939) | Download Citation

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THE discovery both of artificial radioactive elements and heavy non-radioactive isotopes, together with methods of concentration of the latter, has opened up new methods of examining the reactions and movements of substances in the body.

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