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Cyto toxic thymus derived cells kill influenza virus infected cells but do not distinguish between serologically distinct type a viruses



Cyto toxic thymus derived cells kill influenza virus infected cells but do not distinguish between serologically distinct type a viruses



Nature (London) 267(5609): 354-356




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