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M. B. Oldstone, Viruses and diseases of the twenty-first century, Am. J. Pathol, vol.143, pp.1241-1249, 1993.

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M. B. Oldstone, N. Nerenberg, P. Southern, J. Price, and H. Lewicki, Virus infection triggers insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus in a transgenic model: Role of anti-self (virus) immune response, Cell, vol.65, pp.319-331, 1991.

M. B. Oldstone, M. Rodriguez, W. H. Daughaday, and P. W. Lampert, Viral perturbation of endocrine function: Disorder of cell function leading to disturbed homeostasis and disease, Nature, vol.307, pp.278-280, 1984.

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M. Salvato, E. Shimomaye, P. Southern, and M. B. Oldstone, Virus-lymphocyte interactions. IV. Molecular characterization of LCMV Armstrong (CTL) and that of its variant, Virology, vol.13, pp.517-522, 1988.

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