Molecular characterization of Treponema pallidum proteins responsible for the human immune response to syphilis
Netherlands Society for Microbiology, Medical Section, and Netherlands Association of Laboratory Physicians Joint Meeting at Maastricht on 6 May 1982
KeywordsImmune Response Molecular Characterization Syphilis Human Immune Response
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