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MSRV/HERV-W/syncytin and its linkage to multiple sclerosis: the usability and the hazard of a human endogenous retrovirus



MSRV/HERV-W/syncytin and its linkage to multiple sclerosis: the usability and the hazard of a human endogenous retrovirus



Journal of Neurovirology 11(2): 232-235




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DOI: 10.1080/13550280590952899


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