Report of a WHO informal consultation on animal models for HIV infection and AIDS, Geneva, 28-30 March 1988
WHO Information Consultation on Animal Models for HIV Infection and AIDS (1988: Geneva) & WHO Global Programme on AIDS. (1988). Report of a WHO informal consultation on animal models for HIV infection and AIDS, Geneva, 28-30 March 1988. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/61473
Gov't Doc #WHO/GPA/BMR/88.2. Unpublished
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