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Genetic and auto-immune features of pernicious anemia. II. Effect of transplacental transfer of antibody to intrinsic factor


, : Genetic and auto-immune features of pernicious anemia. II. Effect of transplacental transfer of antibody to intrinsic factor. Johns Hopkins Medical Journal 122(4): 184-191


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