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Immunoassay with cytomegalovirus early antigens from gene products p52 and CM2 (UL44 and UL57) detects active infection in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome
  1. Dr A Martin Lerner, 32804 Pierce St, Beverly Hills, MI 48025, USA; amartinlerner{at}yahoo.com
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Beqaj SH, Lerner AM, Fitzgerald JT
Immunoassay with cytomegalovirus early antigens from gene products p52 and CM2 (UL44 and UL57) detects active infection in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome

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  • Accepted October 22, 2007
  • First published November 23, 2007.
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April 25, 2008

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