Archiv für dermatologische Forschung

, Volume 244, Issue 1, pp 306–309 | Cite as

Reaktionsmechanismen stimulierter Lymphocyten

  • E. Schöpf
Thema IV In vitro - Nachweis von „Antikörpern“
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Key words

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

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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. Schöpf
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  1. 1.Essen

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