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Dna segment containing c beta 1 gene of t cell receptor beta chain normally deleted in the process of d beta 1 j beta 2 joining was inserted into chromosome 6 in a human t cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia cell



Dna segment containing c beta 1 gene of t cell receptor beta chain normally deleted in the process of d beta 1 j beta 2 joining was inserted into chromosome 6 in a human t cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia cell



Journal of Cellular Biochemistry Suppl. (11 Part A): 194




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