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Handbook of histopathological and histochemical techniques : (including museum techniques) / [by] C. F. A. Culling ; with a foreword by W. L. Dunn
Bib ID 212284
Format BookBook
Author
Culling, C. F. A. (Charles Frederick Albert)
 
Edition 3rd ed. 
Description London : Butterworth, 1974 
xiv, 712 p., plate : ill. (incl. 1 col.) ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0407729011
Notes

Previous editions published under title: Handbook of histopathological techniques (including museum technique)

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 671-681.

Subjects Histology, Pathological - Technique.  |  Histology - Technique.
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Histopathological and histochemical techniques

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