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THE EFFECT OF STEROIDS ON THE CIRCULATING LYMPHOCYTE POPULATION - III. THE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF THORACIC DUCT LYMPHOCYTES OF THE RAT AND GUINEA PIG AFTER NEONATAL THYMECTOMY AND PREDNISOLONE TREATMENT.

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  • L Hedman

Abstract

A comparative study of the rat and guinea pig thoracic duct cell size distribution during the involution and restitution phases after a single steroid treatment was done with a Coulter Counter.

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Hedman, L., (1978) “THE EFFECT OF STEROIDS ON THE CIRCULATING LYMPHOCYTE POPULATION - III. THE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF THORACIC DUCT LYMPHOCYTES OF THE RAT AND GUINEA PIG AFTER NEONATAL THYMECTOMY AND PREDNISOLONE TREATMENT.”, Lymphology 11(2), 62-70.

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02 Oct 1978
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