Effect of 2-Beta-aminoethylisothiourea (AET) against genetic damages induced by X-irradiation of male mice

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Effect of 2-Beta-aminoethylisothiourea (AET) against genetic damages induced by X-irradiation of male mice. / Leonard, Alain; Maisin, Jean.

SCK CEN, 1963. 16 p. (SCK CEN Reports; No. BLG-311).

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Leonard, A., & Maisin, J. (1963). Effect of 2-Beta-aminoethylisothiourea (AET) against genetic damages induced by X-irradiation of male mice. (SCK CEN Reports; No. BLG-311). SCK CEN.

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Leonard A, Maisin J. Effect of 2-Beta-aminoethylisothiourea (AET) against genetic damages induced by X-irradiation of male mice. SCK CEN, 1963. 16 p. (SCK CEN Reports; BLG-311).

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Leonard, Alain ; Maisin, Jean. / Effect of 2-Beta-aminoethylisothiourea (AET) against genetic damages induced by X-irradiation of male mice. SCK CEN, 1963. 16 p. (SCK CEN Reports; BLG-311).

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