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Viruses and demyelinating diseases

, : Viruses and demyelinating diseases. Viruses and demyelinating diseases: xii + 201

The 17 contributions are derived from a symposium of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, held at Edinburgh in September 1982. Apart from multiple sclerosis, subjects dealt with include the roles of paramyxoviruses (such as distemper virus), coronaviruses (murine viruses), reoviruses and herpesviruses in nervous system diseases. There are also two papers on visna in sheep, by N. Nathanson et al. and O.

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Accession: 001507821

DOI: 10.1136/jcp.38.5.600-b

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