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Detection of antibodies to surface (anti-HBs) and core (anti-HBc) antigens of hepatitis B virus by the fluorescent antibody technic


, : Detection of antibodies to surface (anti-HBs) and core (anti-HBc) antigens of hepatitis B virus by the fluorescent antibody technic. Voprosy Virusologii: 624-626


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