Human eosinophils constitutively express a unique serine protease, PRSS33.

@article{Toyama2017HumanEC,
  title={Human eosinophils constitutively express a unique serine protease, PRSS33.},
  author={Sumika Toyama and Naoko Okada and Akio Matsuda and Hideaki Morita and Hirohisa Saito and Takao Fujisawa and Susumu Nakae and Hajime Karasuyama and Kenji Matsumoto},
  journal={Allergology international : official journal of the Japanese Society of Allergology},
  year={2017},
  volume={66 3},
  pages={
          463-471
        }
}
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