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Bystander suppression of tumor growth: evidence that specific targets and bystanders are damaged by injury to a common microvasculature.

Bystander suppression of tumor growth: evidence that specific targets and bystanders are damaged by injury to a common microvasculature. J Immunol. 1982 Aug; 129(2):890-9.

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