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A new method to measure the specific cellular component of a delayed hypersensitivity response in the ear of the mouse


, : A new method to measure the specific cellular component of a delayed hypersensitivity response in the ear of the mouse. European Journal of Immunology 2(6): 604-606


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PMID: 4540165

DOI: 10.1002/eji.1830020625


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