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Prevalence of viral antibodies and leukocyte abnormalities among blood donors considering themselves at risk of exposure to acquired immune deficiency syndrome


Selikoff, I J , A S Teirstein And S Z Hirschman (Ed ) Annals Of The New York Academy Of Sciences, Vol 437 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; Meeting, New York, N Y , Usa, Nov 14-17, 1983 Xiv+622p The New York Academy Of Sciences; New York, N Y , Usa Illus 472-484, 1984
Prevalence of viral antibodies and leukocyte abnormalities among blood donors considering themselves at risk of exposure to acquired immune deficiency syndrome


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