Symposium on Tumorigenic and Genetic Effects of Radiation =

Stralningens tumörframkallande och genetiska effekter, Stockholm, February 18-19, 1975 by Symposium on Tumorigenic and Genetic Effects of Radiation (1975 Stockholm, Sweden)

Publisher: National Swedish Environment Protection Board, Research Secretariat in [Solna

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Other titlesTumorigenic and genetic effects of radiation., Tumorigenic and genetic effects of radiation., Strålningens tumörframkallande och genetiska effekter.
Statemented[itor], G. Walinder.
ContributionsWalinder, G., Sweden. Statens naturvjardsverk., National Swedish Institute of Radiation Protection.
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Pagination208 p. :
Number of Pages208
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