The association of HLA with diseases in Japanese

Jinrui idengaku zasshi. The Japanese journal of human genetics
S Naito

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Jan 1, 1987·Human Toxicology·L J Onyon, G N Volans
Dec 1, 1987·Jinrui idengaku zasshi. The Japanese journal of human genetics·A C WongT Matsunaga
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