Scientific contribution no. 12 of the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Connecticut. Contribution no. 84 of the Institute of Cellular Biology.
Pigment granule formation in slate, a coat color mutant in the mouse†
Article first published online: 2 FEB 2005
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The Anatomical Record
Volume 146, Issue 4, pages 365–372, August 1963
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Pierro, L. J. (1963), Pigment granule formation in slate, a coat color mutant in the mouse. Anat. Rec., 146: 365–372. doi: 10.1002/ar.1091460410
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