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Reaktionsmechanismen stimulierter Lymphocyten

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Schöpf, E. Reaktionsmechanismen stimulierter Lymphocyten. Arch. Derm. Forsch. 244, 306–309 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00600194

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Key words

  • Lymphocyte-stimulation
  • Mechanism
  • Raise of permeability as general denominator
  • SH-SS-Membrane-system
  • Influence of mercury compounds