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Renal transplant patients show variations in their self-reactive repertoires: a serial study (2001)

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  • USP affiliated authors: KALIL FILHO, JORGE ELIAS - FM
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  • DOI: 10.1093/intimm/13.6.747
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  • Título: International Immunology

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      PORTUGAL, Karina; DOZMOROV, Igor; SIDOROV, Igor; et al. Renal transplant patients show variations in their self-reactive repertoires: a serial study. International Immunology, Oxford, v. 13, n. 6, p. 747-755, 2001. DOI: 10.1093/intimm/13.6.747.
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      Portugal, K., Dozmorov, I., Sidorov, I., Marrero, I., Fonseca, J. A., Spadafora Ferreira, M., et al. (2001). Renal transplant patients show variations in their self-reactive repertoires: a serial study. International Immunology, 13( 6), 747-755. doi:10.1093/intimm/13.6.747
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      Portugal K, Dozmorov I, Sidorov I, Marrero I, Fonseca JA, Spadafora Ferreira M, Kalil Filho JE, Coelho V. Renal transplant patients show variations in their self-reactive repertoires: a serial study. International Immunology. 2001 ; 13( 6): 747-755.
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      Portugal K, Dozmorov I, Sidorov I, Marrero I, Fonseca JA, Spadafora Ferreira M, Kalil Filho JE, Coelho V. Renal transplant patients show variations in their self-reactive repertoires: a serial study. International Immunology. 2001 ; 13( 6): 747-755.

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