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Human Autoantiidiotypic Antibodies To Mite-specific Ige Can Degranulate Human Basophils In-vitro

Bibliographic reference Weyer, A. ; Lemao, J. ; Etievant, M. ; David, B. ; Guinnepain, MT. ; et. al. Human Autoantiidiotypic Antibodies To Mite-specific Ige Can Degranulate Human Basophils In-vitro. In: Clinical and Experimental Allergy, Vol. 25, no. 10, p. 935-941 (1995)
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