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Immunochemical studies on blood groups. 53. A study of various conditions of alkaline borohydride degradation on human and hog blood group substances and on known oligosaccharides



Immunochemical studies on blood groups. 53. A study of various conditions of alkaline borohydride degradation on human and hog blood group substances and on known oligosaccharides



Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 148(1): 304-314




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