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1. Cattle develop neutralizing antibodies to rotavirus serotypes which could not be isolated from faeces

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2. HPV in verruciform xanthoma : sensitivity and specificity of detection methods and multiplicity of HPV types affect results


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3. Regulators of sperm function: Detection of mRNA transcripts of {beta}1 integrins in ejaculated human spermatozoa by nested reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction


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4. Cattle develop neutralizing antibodies to rotavirus serotypes which could not be isolated from faeces of symptomatic calves

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5. Bovine rotavirus V1005 a P5, not a P12, type like all viruses in a German survey

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6. Nucleotide sequence of gene 6 of avian-like group A rotavirus 993/83


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7. Nachweis einer ungewöhnlichen Varizella-Zoster-Virusinfektion unter Immunsuppression mit der Polymerase-Kettenreaktion


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8. Plasmin-induced expression of cytokines and tissue factor in human monocytes involves AP-1 and IKKbeta-mediated NF-kappaB activation


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9. Sequence analysis of VP7 gene of two Nigerian rotavirus strains


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10. Nigerian rotavirus serotype G8 could not be typed by PCR due to nucleotide mutation at the 3' end of the primer binding site


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