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Evolution of cell types and t cell subsets in the spleens of mycobacterium bovis bcg resistant and mycobacterium bovis bcg susceptible strains of mice after infection with mycobacterium bovis bcg



Evolution of cell types and t cell subsets in the spleens of mycobacterium bovis bcg resistant and mycobacterium bovis bcg susceptible strains of mice after infection with mycobacterium bovis bcg



Infection & Immunity 49(1): 253-255




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