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Differential expression and predictive value of monocyte scavenger receptor CD163 in populations with different tuberculosis infection statuses

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Differential expression and predictive value of monocyte scavenger receptor CD163 in populations with different tuberculosis infection statuses
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BMC Infectious Diseases, November 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12879-019-4525-y
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Qianqian Liu, Qinfang Ou, Huaxin Chen, Yan Gao, Yuanyuan Liu, Yuzhen Xu, Qiaoling Ruan, Wenhong Zhang, Lingyun Shao

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#11,219,911
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#3,696
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#213,384
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#396
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