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Preparation of di nitrofluoro benzene treated sheep erythrocytes for detection of anti di nitro phenyl plaque forming cells



Preparation of di nitrofluoro benzene treated sheep erythrocytes for detection of anti di nitro phenyl plaque forming cells



Journal of Immunology 109(4): 754-760




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