An improved method of preparing Romanowsky stains (with some hints on staining) / by P. G. Shute, M. Maryon
Shute, P. G, Maryon, M & World Health Organization. (1964). An improved method of preparing Romanowsky stains (with some hints on staining) / by P. G. Shute, M. Maryon. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/65240
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/Mal/455, WHO/Mal/456 (WHO/Vector Control/92), WHO/Mal/457-460, WHO/Mal/461 (WHO/Vector Control/76), WHO/Mal/462 (WHO/Vector Control/77), WHO/Mal/463-468, WHO/Mal/469.64-474.64, WHO/Mal/475.64 (WHO/Vector Control/101.64), WHO/Mal/476.64 (WHO/Vector Control/89.64), WHO/477.64 (WHO/Vector Control/100.64 - WHO/EBL/28.64), WHO/Mal/478.64 - 480.64, WHO/Mal/481.64 (WHO/Vector Control/103.64), WHO/Mal/482.65 (WHO/Vector Control/105.65), WHO/Mal/483.64, WHO/Mal/484.65 - 485.65, bound in 1 vol
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