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Evidence of antibody like substances secreted by axial organ cells of the starfish asterias rubens


, : Evidence of antibody like substances secreted by axial organ cells of the starfish asterias rubens. Immunology Letters 2(5-6): 279-282

Evidence of antibody-like substances secreted by axial organ cells of the starfish, A. rubens, (invertebrate, echinoderm) was shown by the plaque-forming cell method.

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