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Ueber die pathogene Wirkung der Blastomyceten

V. Abhandlung. Ein Beitrag zur Aetiologie der bösartigen Geschwülste

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Sanfelice, F. Ueber die pathogene Wirkung der Blastomyceten. Zeitschr. f. Hygiene. 29, 463–504 (1898). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02217390

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