Fluorescent diagnostics of benign breast diseases and breast cancer
Paper #3271 received 1 Dec 2017; revised manuscript received 19 Dec 2017; accepted for publication 20 Dec 2017; published online 31 Dec 2017. [Saratov Fall Meeting 2017 Special Issue].
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