DOI: 10.24075/vrgmu.2018.036

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Лимфоциты TH1: корреляты протекции или маркеры активности туберкулезной инфекции?

И. В. Лядова, А. В. Пантелеев, И. Ю. Никитина, Т. В. Радаева
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Лаборатория биотехнологии, Центральный научно-исследовательский институт туберкулеза, Москва

Для корреспонденции: Ирина Владимировна Лядова
Яузская аллея, д. 2, г. Москва, 107564; ur.liam@avodaylvi

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Финансирование: исследование выполнено в рамках темы НИР ФГБНУ «ЦНИИТ» 0515-2015-0010 «Иммунологические методы в диагностике туберкулеза легких».

Статья получена: 29.05.2018 Статья принята к печати: 25.07.2018 Опубликовано online: 21.08.2018
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