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Cord serum IgE in relation to family history and as predictor of atopic disease in early infancy.

Bibliographic reference Magnusson, C. G.. Cord serum IgE in relation to family history and as predictor of atopic disease in early infancy.. In: Allergy, Vol. 43, no. 4, p. 241-51 (1988)
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