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Ethanol-induced facilitation of tumor metastases Effects of immune modulation and interaction with stress






Watson, R R Advances in the Biosciences; Alcohol, drugs of abuse and immunomodulation : 421-425

Ethanol-induced facilitation of tumor metastases Effects of immune modulation and interaction with stress



Accession: 031301412



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