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Stable hepatitis C virus RNA detection by RT-PCR during four days storage.

Bibliographic reference de Moreau de Gerbehaye, Anne-Isabelle ; Bodéus, Monique ; Robert, Annie ; Horsmans, Yves ; Goubau, Patrick. Stable hepatitis C virus RNA detection by RT-PCR during four days storage.. In: BMC infectious diseases, Vol. 2, p. 22 (2002)
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