PMID: 3059368Jan 1, 1988

From endotoxins to newer immunomodulators: survival-promoting effects of microbial polysaccharide complexes in irradiated animals

Pharmacology & Therapeutics
E J AINSWORTH

Abstract

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Immunologic Adjuvants
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