Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1979.
Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #6215
Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; "The methods used to analyze hemopoietic differentiation and the results obtained in this area appeared of considerable relevance for scientists dealing with the more complex problems raised by cell diversification in the embryo itself. In addition to articles concerned with hemopoiesis, the segregation of cell lines and the stability of the determined state are discussed with reference to various embryonic systems and to the model provided by mouse teratocarcinoma. In the development of the nervous system, the subjects selected deal with the modulation of both architectural and biochemical differentiation of nervous tissue by environmental factors." - Preface. ; Inserm Symposium; Ex-Library; Vol. 10; 378 pages.