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Displacement of CD4-p56lck signalosome from lipid rafts leads to antigen-specific T-cell anergy

, : Displacement of CD4-p56lck signalosome from lipid rafts leads to antigen-specific T-cell anergy. FASEB Journal 17(7): C174, April 14


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