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Молекулярные и клеточные механизмы иммунопатологии при бронхиальной астме

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М. П. Потапнев
НИИ гематологии и переливания крови М3 РБ; НИИ пульмонологии и фтизиатрии М3 РБ
Беларусь

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Д. В. Печковский
НИИ гематологии и переливания крови М3 РБ; НИИ пульмонологии и фтизиатрии М3 РБ
Беларусь

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Потапнев М.П., Печковский Д.В. Молекулярные и клеточные механизмы иммунопатологии при бронхиальной астме. Пульмонология. 1997;(3):74-81.

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