Evaluation of cross-reacting anti-human antibodies in the euthymic hairless guinea pig model (HGP) suggests that the HGP may be a model for the study of proliferative skin disease

Kathleen J. Smith, John S. Graham, Henry G. Skelton, Timothy O'Leary, Robert B. Moeller, Carlin V. Okerberg, Charles G. Hurst

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