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Effect of free or liposome encapsulated mdp on the uptake and intracellular survival of listeria monocytogenes in peritoneal mouse macrophages in vitro



Effect of free or liposome encapsulated mdp on the uptake and intracellular survival of listeria monocytogenes in peritoneal mouse macrophages in vitro



Masihi, K N And W Lange (Ed ) Advances in The Biosciences, Vol 68 Immunomodulators And Nonspecific Host Defence Mechanisms Against Microbial Infections; International Symposium, Berlin, West Germany, May 6-8, 1987 Xix+462p Pergamon Press: Oxford, England, Uk; New York, New York, Usa Illus 21-28




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