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Mitosis in Hybrid Cells Derived from Mouse and Man

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HARRIS, H., WATKINS, J., CAMPBELL, G. et al. Mitosis in Hybrid Cells Derived from Mouse and Man. Nature 207, 606–608 (1965).

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