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Dolejš P & Vaňousová K (2015)

A collection of horseshoe crabs (Chelicerata: Xiphosura) in the National Museum, Prague (Czech Republic) and a review of their immunological importance
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Keywords: identification key, LAL test, pharmacology, Václav Frič, Xiphosurida, zoological collection

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