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Persistent infection with herpes simplex virus in vitro. 1. Establishment and characteristics of persistent herpes simplex virus infection in Earle's L cells


Persistent infection with herpes simplex virus in vitro. 1. Establishment and characteristics of persistent herpes simplex virus infection in Earle's L cells



Biken Journal 12(2): 45-67



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