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UBC Dept. of Opthalmology Day 2001 - Cytokines
 


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Investigation into the Differentially Expressed cDNA clones in the Magnocellular and Parvocellular Pathways of Primate Visual System

A. Schnerch, J.A. Matsubara, MD, FRCSC

UBC Department of Ophthalmology
11 May, 2001

UBC Department of Ophthalmology 17th Annual Research and Alumni Day
10 minutes duration.

Molecular correlates of visual pathways in primates - see the full conference page for the complete conference.

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