Circulating cornea specific antibodies and keratoplasty

Kostelná, Helga; Rosocha, Ján; Paulíková, Edita; Starostová, Mária; Juhás, Tomáš; Horňák, Marek
February 2008
Biologia;Feb2008, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p132
Academic Journal
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