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State of immunoreactive systems during healing of aseptic and infected experimental wounds

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Nikolaev, A.V., Mamedov, L.A., Zakharov, V.V. et al. State of immunoreactive systems during healing of aseptic and infected experimental wounds. Bull Exp Biol Med 106, 1174–1177 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00840393

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Key Words

  • wound
  • inflammation
  • infection
  • immunoreactivity