PMID: 4477555Aug 15, 1974Paper

Cytotoxicity of lymphocytes from patients with cancer of the urinary bladder: detection by a 3-H-proline microcytotoxicity test

International Journal of Cancer. Journal International Du Cancer
M A BeanH F Oettgen

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