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Liposomally Activated Macrophages - Subsequent Interaction With L1210 Leukemic-cells

Bibliographic reference Luckenbach, GA. ; Layton, D.. Liposomally Activated Macrophages - Subsequent Interaction With L1210 Leukemic-cells. In: International Journal of Cancer, Vol. 27, no. 6, p. 837-839 (1981)
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