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Histology by Dr. Stephen C. Kempf

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Histology by Dr. Stephen C. Kempf

Histology by Dr. Stephen C. Kempf

This note consists of a detailed survey of mammalian histology involving examination of sectioned tissues. Students who read this note will develop an in depth understanding of mammalian tissue structure and function.

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