Distribution in the Guinea Pig Organism of Orally Administered P32-Labeled BCG Mycobacteria
The aim of our work was the investigation of the ways of penetration into the organism of orally-administered tubercle mycobacteria of the BCG vaccine strain and of their spread through the organism in the period immediately following their introduction.
KeywordsDigestive Tract Large Intestine Biological Experimentation High Radioactivity Lymphatic Node
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