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Cytokines in cytotherapy

      One year since the merger of Cytotherapy with Cytokines, Cellular and Molecular Therapy, it is appropriate that the current issue of Cytotherapy includes no less than three papers focused on diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of biologic response modifiers in humans.
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