Progression, lethality and remission of hemic neoplasia in the bay mussel Mylilus edulis

@article{Elston1988ProgressionLA,
  title={Progression, lethality and remission of hemic neoplasia in the bay mussel Mylilus edulis},
  author={R. Elston and M. Kent and A. Drum},
  journal={Diseases of Aquatic Organisms},
  year={1988},
  volume={4},
  pages={135-142}
}
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