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Perinatal immune priming in malaria: antigen-induced blastogenesis and adoptive transfer of resistance by splenocytes from rats born of Plasmodium berghei infected females



Perinatal immune priming in malaria: antigen-induced blastogenesis and adoptive transfer of resistance by splenocytes from rats born of Plasmodium berghei infected females



Parasite Immunology 7(4): 451-456




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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3024.1985.tb00090.x



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