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Immunochemical identification of β2-globulin in metastases of ovarian tumors

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Prokopenko, P.G., Borisenko, S.A. & Tatarinov, Y.S. Immunochemical identification of β2-globulin in metastases of ovarian tumors. Bull Exp Biol Med 106, 1009–1012 (1988).

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Key Words

  • ovarian carcinoma
  • antigens of metastases of ovarian carcinoma
  • β2-carcinoma