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    Atlas of Experimental Toxicological Pathology
    by C. Gopinath, D. E. Prentice, D. J. Lewis



    Pages: 175
    Publisher: --
    Edition: 1st., Vol. 13, 1987
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-9401079303

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    Toxicological pathology is a subject which attracts the interests of a wide variety of workers. Human and veterinary pathologists often need access to the information provided by this book. It will be of especial value to those working in the fields of drug testing, experimental pathology and clinical pharmacology.
    This is a comprehensive volume dealing with changes that are induced by a wide variety of agents in many species of animals. An extensive bibliography has contributed greatly to the usefulness of this book. Texts on toxicological pathology are not numerous. This is a welcome addition to the series and follows the tradition of being a bench manual for workers in the field.

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