In Search for the Genes Associated with Septic Shock Using Direct Genetic Approach

 
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DOI10.31857/S102872210002378-0
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Journal nameRossiiskii immunologicheskii zhurnal
EditionVolume 12 Issue 4
Pages579-585
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Received31.01.2019
Publication date31.01.2019
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