AIDS AND AFRICAN SWINE FEVER VIRUS

@article{Feorino1986AIDSAA,
  title={AIDS AND AFRICAN SWINE FEVER VIRUS},
  author={Paul M. Feorino and G. Schable and Gerald Schochetman and Harold W. Jaffe and J. Curran and J. Witte and William R. Hess},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1986},
  volume={328}
}
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