FTIR microspectroscopy coupled with two-class discrimination segregates markers responsible for inter- and intra-category variance in exfoliative cervical cytology.

Walsh, Michael J. and Singh, M. N. and Stringfellow, Helen F. and Pollock, Hubert M. and Hammiche, Azzedine and Grude, O. and Fullwood, Nigel J. and Pitt, M. A. and Martin-Hirsch, Pierre L. and Martin, Frank L. (2007) FTIR microspectroscopy coupled with two-class discrimination segregates markers responsible for inter- and intra-category variance in exfoliative cervical cytology. Mutagenesis, 22 (6). p. 453. ISSN 1464-3804

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Mutagenesis
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14 Jan 2010 11:57
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