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Effect of Alpha- and Beta-Melanocyte Stimulating Hormones on the Skin Colour of Man

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LERNER, A., McGUIRE, J. Effect of Alpha- and Beta-Melanocyte Stimulating Hormones on the Skin Colour of Man. Nature 189, 176–179 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/189176a0

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