HIV-1 INFECTION IN NORWEGIAN FAMILY BEFORE 1970

@article{Frland1988HIV1II,
  title={HIV-1 INFECTION IN NORWEGIAN FAMILY BEFORE 1970},
  author={Stig Sophus Fr{\o}land and Pål A. Jenum and Christian Fredrik Lindboe and K. W. Wefring and P. J. Linnestad and T. B{\"o}hmer},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1988},
  volume={331},
  pages={1344-1345}
}

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