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Karl Theiler - bibliography

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Biography

Swiss anatomist, born 1920. Zurich.

Bibliography

  • K. Theiler, Salome-Gluecksohn-Waelsch:
    The Morphological Effects of the Fused-Mutations in the Mouse.
    The Anatomical Record, Hoboken, NJ, 1956, 125: 83-104.
  • D. W. Smith, K. Theiler, G. Schachenmann:
    Rib-gap Defect with Micrognathia, malformed tracheal cartilage and redundant skin: A new pattern of defective development.
    Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1966, 69: 799-803.
  • K. Theiler, D. S. Varnum, J. Nadeau, L. C. Stevens, B. Cagianut:
    A new Allele of Ocular Retardation, Early Development and morphogenetic Cell Death.
    Anatomy and Embryology, 1976, 150: 85-97.
  • K. Theiler, Joseph Rickenbacker, Alex Landolt:
    Applied Anatomy of the Back.
    Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Tokyo, 1982.
  • K. Theiler, Hope O. Sweet:
    Low Set Ears (Lse). A new mutation of the house mouse.
    Anatomy and Embryology, 1986, 175: 241-246.
  • K. Theiler:
    Vertebral Malformations. Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology. Springer-Verlag, New York-Berlin-Heidelberg. Volume 12, 1988.
  • K. Theiler:
    The House Mouse.
    Atlas of Embryonic Development. Springer Verlag New York, 1989.

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