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Immunosuppressive activity of human chorionic gonadotrophin preparations in vivo: evidence for gonadal dependence.

Bartocci A, Welker RD, Schlick E, Chirigos MA, Nisula BC. Immunosuppressive activity of human chorionic gonadotrophin preparations in vivo: evidence for gonadal dependence. Cell Immunol. 1983 Dec; 82(2):334-42.

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