Expression Through a STAT 6-Dependent RI ε IL-4 Inhibits Mouse Mast Cell

@inproceedings{Ryan1998ExpressionTA,
  title={Expression Through a STAT 6-Dependent RI ε IL-4 Inhibits Mouse Mast Cell},
  author={John Jake Ryan and SHIRLEY K. DESIMONE and Gregory Klisch and Christopher P. Shelburne and Lisa J. McReynolds and Kathy Han and Reka Kovacs and Paria Mirmonsef and Thomas F. Huff},
  year={1998}
}

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