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The use of immune fluorescence microscopy for the host-parasite relation studies


, : The use of immune fluorescence microscopy for the host-parasite relation studies. Teoreticheskie osnovy immuniteta rastenii k boleznyam Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov: 26-39

The use of immunofluorescent microscopy in the examination of host-parasite relationships is discussed.

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