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Ependymitis, Leukoencephalitis, Hydrocephalus, and Thrombotic Vasculitis Following Chronic Infection By Mouse Hepatitis Virus-3 (mhv-3)

Bibliographic reference Tardieu, M. ; Goffinet, André ; Vanrijckevorsel, GH. ; Lyon, Gilbert. Ependymitis, Leukoencephalitis, Hydrocephalus, and Thrombotic Vasculitis Following Chronic Infection By Mouse Hepatitis Virus-3 (mhv-3). In: Acta Neuropathologica, Vol. 58, no. 3, p. 168-176 (1982)
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