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Expression of a laminin like substance on the surface of murine natural killer and natural cytotoxic lymphocytes and its role in natural killer natural cytotoxic recognition of tumor target cells



Expression of a laminin like substance on the surface of murine natural killer and natural cytotoxic lymphocytes and its role in natural killer natural cytotoxic recognition of tumor target cells



Journal of Leukocyte Biology 38(1): 159




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