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Clearance and re-expression of a myeloma cell's antigen-binding receptors induced by ligands known to be immunogenic or tolerogenic for normal B lymphocytes: a model to study membrane events associated with B cell tolerance


, : Clearance and re-expression of a myeloma cell's antigen-binding receptors induced by ligands known to be immunogenic or tolerogenic for normal B lymphocytes: a model to study membrane events associated with B cell tolerance. European Journal of Immunology 8(7): 512-519


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DOI: 10.1002/eji.1830080711


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