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Details on Person Wakamiya, Nobutaka

_displayNameWakamiya, Nobutaka
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:44:58
created[InstanceEdit:2981034] May, B, 2013-01-14
(author)[LiteratureReference:2981038] Biological functions of the novel collectins CL-L1, CL-K1, and CL-P1
[LiteratureReference:8852495] Collectin CL-LK Is a Novel Soluble Pattern Recognition Receptor for Mycobacterium tuberculosis
[LiteratureReference:8962012] Molecular basis of sugar recognition by collectin-K1 and the effects of mutations associated with 3MC syndrome
[InstanceEdit:8962015] Wakamiya, Nobutaka, 2017-02-07
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