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Reaction of cobra venom factor with guinea pig complement and generation of an activity chemotactic for poly morphonuclear leukocytes rabbit/ nuclear leukocytes rabbit



Reaction of cobra venom factor with guinea pig complement and generation of an activity chemotactic for poly morphonuclear leukocytes rabbit/ nuclear leukocytes rabbit



Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology & Medicine 131(1): 203-207




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