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Absorption, distribution and retention of the rimino-compounds in the experimental animal

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Correspondence to Vincent C. Barry or Katherine Buggle or Joan Byrne or Michael L. Conalty or Frank Winder.

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Barry, V.C., Buggle, K., Byrne, J. et al. Absorption, distribution and retention of the rimino-compounds in the experimental animal. Ir J Med Sci 35, 345–352 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02945619

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