HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRAL GENOME AND SENILE AND PRESENILE DEMENTIAS OF ALZHEIMER AND PICK

@article{Middleton1980HERPESSIMPLEXVG,
  title={HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRAL GENOME AND SENILE AND PRESENILE DEMENTIAS OF ALZHEIMER AND PICK},
  author={Peter J. Middleton and Marko Petri{\vc} and Maureen Kozak and Neill B. Rewcastle and D. R. Crapper McLachlan},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1980},
  volume={315}
}

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