by Alecsandru Ioan Baba, Cornel Catoi
Publisher: Romanian Academy 2007
Comparative oncology has undergone a special development over the past decades and has increasingly attracted the interest of researchers who have studied the etiopathogenesis, morphogenesis and epidemiology, as well as the carcinogens and carcinogenesis of tumor disease.
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