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Apparent changes in mouse liver DNA content due to interference by non-DNA diphenylamine-reacting cytoplasmic material.

Apparent changes in mouse liver DNA content due to interference by non-DNA diphenylamine-reacting cytoplasmic material. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1969 Mar 18; 179(1):172-8.

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