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Characterization of a murine model (beige) for a natural killer cell immunodeficiency in the Chediak-Higashi syndrome of man

Progress in Clinical and Biological Research 94: 315-325

Characterization of a murine model (beige) for a natural killer cell immunodeficiency in the Chediak-Higashi syndrome of man

A review of immune function in mice homozygous for the beige mutation (bgJ/bgJ).

Accession: 001053343

PMID: 7122620

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