"Drying Drop Technology as a Possible Tool for Detection Leukemia and Tuberculosis in Cattle"
written by Tatiana A. Yakhno, Anatoly A. Sanin, Robert G. Ilyazov, Gulusa V. Vildanova, Rafat A. Khamzin, Nadezhda P. Astascheva, Mikhail G. Markovsky, Vadim D. Bashirov, Vladimir G. Yakhno,
published by Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, Vol.8 No.1, 2015
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