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The nuclear compartment of living cells is not an absolute immunologically sequested site: evidence for spontaneous intranuclear entry of lupus autoantibodies to living cells

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Golan, T. The nuclear compartment of living cells is not an absolute immunologically sequested site: evidence for spontaneous intranuclear entry of lupus autoantibodies to living cells. Leukemia 11, 6–9 (1997). https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.leu.2400519

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