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High Proportion of Polymeric Iga in Young Infants Sera and Independence Between Iga-size and Iga-subclass Distributions

Bibliographic reference Delacroix, Dominique L. ; Liroux, E. ; Vaerman, JP.. High Proportion of Polymeric Iga in Young Infants Sera and Independence Between Iga-size and Iga-subclass Distributions. In: Journal of Clinical Immunology, Vol. 3, no. 1, p. 51-56 (1983)
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