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Inhibition of the antigenicity of a common enterobacterial hapten by the urine of children with cancer


, : Inhibition of the antigenicity of a common enterobacterial hapten by the urine of children with cancer. Boletin Medico del Hospital Infantil de Mexico 45(9): 593-599


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