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Cellular microRNAs Repress Vesicular Stomatitis Virus but Not Theiler's Virus Replication.

Bibliographic reference De Cock, Aurélie ; Michiels, Thomas. Cellular microRNAs Repress Vesicular Stomatitis Virus but Not Theiler's Virus Replication.. In: Viruses, Vol. 8, no.3, p. 75 (2016)
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