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Enhancement Of The Humoral Immune Response By Vitamin E.

R. Tengerdy, R. H. Henzerling, G. L. Brown, M. Mathias
Published 1973 · Biology, Medicine

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Vitamin E, supplemented to semisynthetic or natural commercial diets in amounts of 60–180 mg/kg increased the humoral immune response of mice against sheep red blood cell or tetanus toxoid antigens by



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