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Effect of neutrophilokines on the immune response of mice

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Dolgushin, I.I., Zurochka, A.V. & Ébert, L.Y. Effect of neutrophilokines on the immune response of mice. Bull Exp Biol Med 106, 1302–1304 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00834502

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Key Words

  • neutrophilokines
  • neutrophils
  • macrophages
  • immunocompetent cells
  • sheep's red blood cells
  • splenocytes