Über „Progynon“ ein krystallisiertes weibliches Sexualhormon

  title={{\"U}ber „Progynon“ ein krystallisiertes weibliches Sexualhormon},
  author={Adolf Butenandt},
  • A. Butenandt
  • Published 1 November 1929
  • Biology
  • Naturwissenschaften
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