Isotopes in veterinary medicine: Progress in basic atomic energy research suggests similar advances in veterinary medicine
Logan M. Julian, School of Veterinary Medicine. Davis.
California Agriculture 3(10):3-11. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v003n10p3.
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The benefits of atomic energy will be measured—in part—by the evidence of solutions to those scientific problems which can be solved only by the utilization of isotope techniques.
Logan M. Julian is Associate in Veterinary Anatomy and Associate in the Experiment Station, School of Veterinary Medicine. Davis.