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Tumours of Many Sites Induced by Injection of Chemical Carcinogens into Newborn Mice, A Sensitive Test for Carcinogenesis: The Implications for Certain Immunological Theories

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Roe, F., Rowson, K. & Salaman, M. Tumours of Many Sites Induced by Injection of Chemical Carcinogens into Newborn Mice, A Sensitive Test for Carcinogenesis: The Implications for Certain Immunological Theories. Br J Cancer 15, 515–530 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/bjc.1961.62

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