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Quantification of immune deposits in passive heymann nephritis by double labeling immunoelectron microscopy



Quantification of immune deposits in passive heymann nephritis by double labeling immunoelectron microscopy



Japanese Journal of Clinical Electron Microscopy 24(5-6): 898-899




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