Goodall, C. M.; Feldman, R.; Sanders, A. G.; Shubik, P.
October 1965
Angiology;Oct1965, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p622
Academic Journal
Focuses on the vascular patterns of four transplantable tumors in hamsters. Function of the hamster's cheek pouch; Microvascular morphology in grafts of transplantable neoplasms; Origin of the vessels in the melanoma and mammary carcinoma grafts.


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