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Phenolyc glycolipid-1 found in tissues infected by Mycobacterium ulcerans



Phenolyc glycolipid-1 found in tissues infected by Mycobacterium ulcerans



Journal of Dermatology 29(7): 465-466




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PMID: 12184652

DOI: 10.1111/j.1346-8138.2002.tb00310.x


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