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Detection of pemphigus-like antigens on tumor cell lines

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Supported in part by a grant from USPHS 5S07-RR05354-19, NIH grant CA12800, and in part by a grant from the Dermatology Foundation

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Ahmed, A.R., Murahata, R. Detection of pemphigus-like antigens on tumor cell lines. Arch Dermatol Res 271, 441–445 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00406690

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Key words

  • Pemphigus antigen
  • Tumor cells
  • COLO-16
  • SCaBER