Paper - Complete dysraphism in 14 somite human embryo

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Dekaban AS. and Bartelmez GW. Complete Dysraphism in 14 Somite Human Embryo. (1964) A Contribution To Normal And Abnormal Morphogenesis. Am. J. Anat. 115: 27-38. PMID 14199785

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Complete Dysraphism in 14 Somite Human Embryo. A Contribution to Normal and Abnormal Morphogenesis

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