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Serologic survey of viral and rickettsial diseases among jungle inhabitants of the upper Amazon Basin; presence during infancy, childhood and adolescence of antibodies to rickettsiae, to viruses of poliomyelitis, mumps, herpes, PLV group, yellow fever and to the group B arthropod-borne viruses



Serologic survey of viral and rickettsial diseases among jungle inhabitants of the upper Amazon Basin; presence during infancy, childhood and adolescence of antibodies to rickettsiae, to viruses of poliomyelitis, mumps, herpes, PLV group, yellow fever and to the group B arthropod-borne viruses



Pediatrics 23(1 Pt 1): 121-131




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