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Activation-induced cell death in murine T cell hybridomas : differential regulation of Fas (CD95) versus Fas ligand expression by cyclosporin A and FK506

Activation-induced cell death in murine T cell hybridomas : differential regulation of Fas (CD95) versus Fas ligand expression by cyclosporin A and FK506

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BRUNNER, Thomas, Nam Jin YOO, Drake LAFACE, Carl F. WARE, Douglas R. GREEN, 1996. Activation-induced cell death in murine T cell hybridomas : differential regulation of Fas (CD95) versus Fas ligand expression by cyclosporin A and FK506. In: International Immunology. 8(7), pp. 1017-1026. ISSN 0953-8178

@article{Brunner1996Activ-14314, title={Activation-induced cell death in murine T cell hybridomas : differential regulation of Fas (CD95) versus Fas ligand expression by cyclosporin A and FK506}, year={1996}, doi={10.1093/intimm/8.7.1017}, number={7}, volume={8}, issn={0953-8178}, journal={International Immunology}, pages={1017--1026}, author={Brunner, Thomas and Yoo, Nam Jin and LaFace, Drake and Ware, Carl F. and Green, Douglas R.} }

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