Researchers wind up a 40 year old debate on betaretrovirus infection in humans

19 febrero 2015

New light has been shed on primary biliary cirrhosis, a rare liver disease that affects up to one in 500 middle aged women. In a study, researchers demonstrate that patients with the disease are infected with human betaretrovirus — a virus resembling a mouse mammary tumor virus.
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