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NIH-JHH molecular disease rounds : neoplasia and polymerase.

Bethesda, Md. : Medical Arts and Photography Branch, National Institutes of Health, 197-?

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col.; 71 x 43 cm.

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Two thirds of the poster consists of a silver background with green lines of varying widths forming concentric circles, half of which can be seen. The discussants are V. McKusick, R. Gallo, G. Todaro, E. Scolnick, and S. Aaronson. The moderator is D.S. Fredrickson, and the date given is February 16.

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<p>Two thirds of the poster consists of a silver background with green lines of varying widths forming concentric circles, half of which can be seen.  The discussants are V. McKusick, R. Gallo, G. Todaro, E. Scolnick, and S. Aaronson.  The moderator is D.S. Fredrickson, and the date given is February 16.</p>
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NIH-JHH molecular disease rounds : neoplasia and polymerase.

Bethesda, Md. : Medical Arts and Photography Branch, National Institutes of Health, 197-?

<p>Two thirds of the poster consists of a silver background with green lines of varying widths forming concentric circles, half of which can be seen.  The discussants are V. McKusick, R. Gallo, G. Todaro, E. Scolnick, and S. Aaronson.  The moderator is D.S. Fredrickson, and the date given is February 16.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col.; 71 x 43 cm.

ABSTRACT

Two thirds of the poster consists of a silver background with green lines of varying widths forming concentric circles, half of which can be seen. The discussants are V. McKusick, R. Gallo, G. Todaro, E. Scolnick, and S. Aaronson. The moderator is D.S. Fredrickson, and the date given is February 16.

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