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Induction of the specific allergic immune response is independent of proteases from the fungus Alternaria alternata

Bibliographic reference Denis, Olivier ; Vincent, Muriel ; Havaux, Xavier ; De Prins, Sofie ; Treutens, Greta ; et. al. Induction of the specific allergic immune response is independent of proteases from the fungus Alternaria alternata. In: European Journal of Immunology, Vol. 43, no. 4, p. 907-917 (2013)
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