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Sensitivity to acetyl tyrosine ethyl ester inhibition of cell mediated killing distinguishes freshly isolated natural killer cells from both in vitro activated natural killer cells and t killer cells



Sensitivity to acetyl tyrosine ethyl ester inhibition of cell mediated killing distinguishes freshly isolated natural killer cells from both in vitro activated natural killer cells and t killer cells



Federation Proceedings 41(3): ABSTRACT 851




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