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Studies on the cytolysis of sensitized white blood cells in vitro caused by old tuberculin. I. Special reference to the optimal dilution of O.T. solution contributing to this phenomenon



Studies on the cytolysis of sensitized white blood cells in vitro caused by old tuberculin. I. Special reference to the optimal dilution of O.T. solution contributing to this phenomenon



Japanese Journal of Medical Science and Biology 8(1): 93-97




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