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Risk factors associated with HTLV-1 vertical transmission in Brazil: longer breastfeeding, higher maternal proviral load and previous HTLV-1-infected offspring (2018)

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  • DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-25939-y
  • Subjects: TRANSMISSÃO DE DOENÇAS; INFECÇÕES POR HTLV-I; ALEITAMENTO MATERNO
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      PAIVA, Arthur Maia; ASSONE, Tatiane; HAZIOT, Michel E. J; et al. Risk factors associated with HTLV-1 vertical transmission in Brazil: longer breastfeeding, higher maternal proviral load and previous HTLV-1-infected offspring. Scientific reports, London, v. 8, p. artigo 7742 (6 ), 2018. Disponível em: < https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-25939-y > DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-25939-y.
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      Paiva, A. M., Assone, T., Haziot, M. E. J., Smid, J., Fonseca, L. A. M., Luiz, O. do C., et al. (2018). Risk factors associated with HTLV-1 vertical transmission in Brazil: longer breastfeeding, higher maternal proviral load and previous HTLV-1-infected offspring. Scientific reports, 8, artigo 7742 (6 ). doi:10.1038/s41598-018-25939-y
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      Paiva AM, Assone T, Haziot MEJ, Smid J, Fonseca LAM, Luiz O do C, Oliveira ACP de, Casseb JS do R. Risk factors associated with HTLV-1 vertical transmission in Brazil: longer breastfeeding, higher maternal proviral load and previous HTLV-1-infected offspring [Internet]. Scientific reports. 2018 ; 8 artigo 7742 (6 ).Available from: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-25939-y
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      Paiva AM, Assone T, Haziot MEJ, Smid J, Fonseca LAM, Luiz O do C, Oliveira ACP de, Casseb JS do R. Risk factors associated with HTLV-1 vertical transmission in Brazil: longer breastfeeding, higher maternal proviral load and previous HTLV-1-infected offspring [Internet]. Scientific reports. 2018 ; 8 artigo 7742 (6 ).Available from: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-25939-y

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