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The effect of irradiation on the course of the vaccinal process caused by the introduction into the organism of live brucellosis vaccine



The effect of irradiation on the course of the vaccinal process caused by the introduction into the organism of live brucellosis vaccine



Meditsinskaia Radiologiia 4: 46-53




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