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Pathogenesis of I type allergic reactions (according to Gell and Coombs)
 
 
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Pathogenesis of I type allergic reactions

The pathogenesis of I type allergic reactions (according to Gell and Coombs) (immediate type-hypersensitivity (ITH), atopic type, reaginic type, IgE-mediated type, anaphylactic type)

Name: The pathogenesis of I type allergic reactions (according to Gell and Coombs) (immediate type-hypersensitivity (ITH), atopic type, reaginic type, IgE-mediated type, anaphylactic type)
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