Localization by Autoradiography at − 195° C. of Radioactive Areas in Rats Exposed to a High Flux of Thermal Neutrons: Importance of Phosphorus-32 in Consecutive Internal Irradiation

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CHANTEUR, J., PELLERIN, P. Localization by Autoradiography at − 195° C. of Radioactive Areas in Rats Exposed to a High Flux of Thermal Neutrons: Importance of Phosphorus-32 in Consecutive Internal Irradiation. Nature 187, 472–475 (1960) doi:10.1038/187472a0

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