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Analysis of transcribed human endogenous retrovirus W env loci clarifies the origin of multiple sclerosis-associated retrovirus env sequences

By Georg Laufer, Jens Mayer, Benedikt F Mueller, Nikolaus Mueller-Lantzsch and Klemens Ruprecht
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