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Electron-microscope observations on the organization of the nucleus in chicken erythrocytes and a superunit thread hypothesis for chromosome structure
Cell cycle kinetics and development of Hydra attenuata: III. nerve and nematocyte differentiation
The antagonistic effects of antimitotic agents on contraction and re-extension in the ciliate Spirostomum ambiguum
Limpet haemocytes: III. effects of cytochalasin b and colchicine on cell spreading and aggregation
Contact inhibition of overlapping and differential cell adhesion: A sufficient model for the control of certain cell culture morphologies
Descriptive and quantitative study of ultrastructural changes in the apical meristem of mustard in transition to flowering: II. the cytoplasm, mitochondria and proplastids
Acetylcholine receptors of cultured muscle cells demonstrated with ferritin-α-bungarotoxin conjugates
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