Jul 1, 1983

Tn and T blood group precursor antigens are universal, clonal, epithelial cell-adhesive, autoimmunogenic carcinoma (CA) markers

Die Naturwissenschaften
G F Springer

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Antigenic Specificity
Carcinomatosis
Mesothelium
Antigens
Autoimmune Diseases
Cell Adhesion
Blood Group Antigens
Surface Antigens

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