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Tuberculin reactions in guinea pigs. VII. Observations by the hour of the tuberculin reactions in guinea pigs sensitized with varying strains of tubercle bacilli



Tuberculin reactions in guinea pigs. VII. Observations by the hour of the tuberculin reactions in guinea pigs sensitized with varying strains of tubercle bacilli



Kekkaku 32(6): 287-9; English Abstract 327




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