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Detoxication and immunocorrective properties of some sorption methods of treatment of septicopyotoxemia induced by experimental spreading peritonitis

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Manucharov, N.K., Makharadze, S.K., Akhvlediani, E.N. et al. Detoxication and immunocorrective properties of some sorption methods of treatment of septicopyotoxemia induced by experimental spreading peritonitis. Bull Exp Biol Med 114, 1487–1490 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00841600

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  • septicopyotoxemia
  • immunocorrective methods of treatment