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Experimental studies on the mechanism of infection and immunity in tuberculosis from the analytical standpoint of streptomycin-dependent tubercle bacilli. III. Virulence of the streptomycin-dependent 18-b strain of tubercle bacilli in guinea pigs



Experimental studies on the mechanism of infection and immunity in tuberculosis from the analytical standpoint of streptomycin-dependent tubercle bacilli. III. Virulence of the streptomycin-dependent 18-b strain of tubercle bacilli in guinea pigs



Kekkaku 30(8): 461-46;




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