Spontaneous lymphocyte proliferation in symptom-free HTLV-I positive Jamaicans

Krämer A, Jacobson S, Reuben JF, Murphy EL, Wiktor SZ, Cranston B, Figueroa JP, Hanchard B, Mcfarlin D, Blattner WA (1989)
The Lancet 334(8668): 923-924.

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Krämer A, Jacobson S, Reuben JF, et al. Spontaneous lymphocyte proliferation in symptom-free HTLV-I positive Jamaicans. The Lancet. 1989;334(8668):923-924.
Krämer, A., Jacobson, S., Reuben, J. F., Murphy, E. L., Wiktor, S. Z., Cranston, B., Figueroa, J. P., et al. (1989). Spontaneous lymphocyte proliferation in symptom-free HTLV-I positive Jamaicans. The Lancet, 334(8668), 923-924.
Krämer, A., Jacobson, S., Reuben, J. F., Murphy, E. L., Wiktor, S. Z., Cranston, B., Figueroa, J. P., Hanchard, B., Mcfarlin, D., and Blattner, W. A. (1989). Spontaneous lymphocyte proliferation in symptom-free HTLV-I positive Jamaicans. The Lancet 334, 923-924.
Krämer, A., et al., 1989. Spontaneous lymphocyte proliferation in symptom-free HTLV-I positive Jamaicans. The Lancet, 334(8668), p 923-924.
A. Krämer, et al., “Spontaneous lymphocyte proliferation in symptom-free HTLV-I positive Jamaicans”, The Lancet, vol. 334, 1989, pp. 923-924.
Krämer, A., Jacobson, S., Reuben, J.F., Murphy, E.L., Wiktor, S.Z., Cranston, B., Figueroa, J.P., Hanchard, B., Mcfarlin, D., Blattner, W.A.: Spontaneous lymphocyte proliferation in symptom-free HTLV-I positive Jamaicans. The Lancet. 334, 923-924 (1989).
Krämer, Alexander, Jacobson, Steven, Reuben, Jayne F., Murphy, Edward L., Wiktor, Stefan Z., Cranston, Beverly, Figueroa, J. Peter, Hanchard, Barrie, Mcfarlin, Dale, and Blattner, William A. “Spontaneous lymphocyte proliferation in symptom-free HTLV-I positive Jamaicans”. The Lancet 334.8668 (1989): 923-924.
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