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Efficient Expression of Tum- Antigen P91a By Transfected Subgenic Fragments

Bibliographic reference Chomez, P. ; De Plaen, Etienne ; Van Pel, Aline ; De Smet, Charles ; Szikora, Jean-Pierre ; et. al. Efficient Expression of Tum- Antigen P91a By Transfected Subgenic Fragments. In: Immunogenetics, Vol. 35, no. 4, p. 241-252 (1992)
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