THE problem of obtaining quantitative estimation of radioactive isotopes in histological sections has been under investigation, in this laboratory for the past year, and an attempt at its solution is described below.
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Bourne, G. Use of Geiger Counter for Quantitative Estimation of Radioactive Isotopes in Histological Sections. Nature 163, 923 (1949). https://doi.org/10.1038/163923a0
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