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Genetic Studies of the Relationship of Tumour–Host Cells: Effect of Tumour Cells killed by X-rays upon the Growth of Admixed Viable Cells

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RÉVÉSZ, L. Genetic Studies of the Relationship of Tumour–Host Cells: Effect of Tumour Cells killed by X-rays upon the Growth of Admixed Viable Cells. Nature 178, 1391–1392 (1956). https://doi.org/10.1038/1781391a0

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