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Immuno-allergological Aspects of Scabies - a Comparative-study of Spontaneous Blastogenesis in the Dermal Infiltrates of Common and Hyper-keratotic Scabies, Allergic Contact-dermatitis and Irritant Dermatitis

Bibliographic reference Vanneste, D.. Immuno-allergological Aspects of Scabies - a Comparative-study of Spontaneous Blastogenesis in the Dermal Infiltrates of Common and Hyper-keratotic Scabies, Allergic Contact-dermatitis and Irritant Dermatitis. In: Archives of Dermatological Research, Vol. 274, no. 1-2, p. 159-167 (1982)
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