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Intrathecal synthesis of anti-sulfatide IgG is associated with peripheral nerve disease in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.

De Gasperi R, Angel M, Sosa G, Patarca R, Battistini S, Lamoreux MR, Raghavan S, Kowall NW, Smith KH, Fletcher MA, Kolodny EH. Intrathecal synthesis of anti-sulfatide IgG is associated with peripheral nerve disease in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 1996 Feb 10; 12(3):205-11.

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