Use of chromosome microdissection in fish molecular cytogenetics

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HENNING, Frederico, Vladimir TRIFONOV, Lurdes Foresti de ALMEIDA-TOLEDO, 2008. Use of chromosome microdissection in fish molecular cytogenetics. In: Genetics and molecular biology. 31(1 suppl), pp. 279-283. Available under: doi: 10.1590/S1415-47572008000200022 

@article{Henning2008chrom-8007, title={Use of chromosome microdissection in fish molecular cytogenetics}, year={2008}, doi={10.1590/S1415-47572008000200022 }, number={1 suppl}, volume={31}, journal={Genetics and molecular biology}, pages={279--283}, author={Henning, Frederico and Trifonov, Vladimir and Almeida-Toledo, Lurdes Foresti de} }

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