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Changes in circulating lymphocyte populations in pertussis-vaccinated guinea-pigs. A quantitative study of blood and thoracic-duct lymphocytes in normal, sham-operated and thymectomized animals


, : Changes in circulating lymphocyte populations in pertussis-vaccinated guinea-pigs. A quantitative study of blood and thoracic-duct lymphocytes in normal, sham-operated and thymectomized animals. Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica 69(4): 595-609


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