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Clinical Laboratory Values in Human Ebola Virus Disease Support the Relevance of the Intramuscular Ebola-Kikwit Rhesus Model.

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Clinical Laboratory Values in Human Ebola Virus Disease Support the Relevance of the Intramuscular Ebola-Kikwit Rhesus Model.

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2018-04-17

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Reisler, R. B., C. S. Kraft, S. Bavari, and A. P. Cardile. 2018. "Clinical Laboratory Values in Human Ebola Virus Disease Support the Relevance of the Intramuscular Ebola-Kikwit Rhesus Model." Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 66 (9):1479-80.

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