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Macrophage natural cytotoxicity for syngeneic tumor targets is mediated by macrophage derived tumor necrosis factor acting on tumor targets


, : Macrophage natural cytotoxicity for syngeneic tumor targets is mediated by macrophage derived tumor necrosis factor acting on tumor targets. Journal of Leukocyte Biology (SUPPL 2): 18-19


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