Aggressive and Protective Immunological Reactions of the Pregnant Mother to the Conceptus
Part of the Reproductive Biology book series (RBIO)
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In order to clearly analyze the immune processes involved in gestation, five established points must be stated and accepted from the beginning.
KeywordsSuppressor Cell Recurrent Spontaneous Abortion Pregnant Mother Immune Agent Rejection Reaction
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