Immunomodulating activity of exogenous ceruloplasmin in mice with experimental tumors

  • N. M. Berdinskikh
  • I. M. Ismailova
  • V. M. Yudin
Microbiology and Immunology
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immunomodulatiors ceruloplasmin tumors mice 

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  • N. M. Berdinskikh
  • I. M. Ismailova
  • V. M. Yudin

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