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  • Coronary Artery Disease:Diet-Associated Viruses as Initiators
  • Harold N. Mozar, Dileep G. Bal, Neal D. Kohatsu, and Alana J. Mozar
Harold N. Mozar
Chronic Disease Control Branch, California Department of Health Services, 714 P Street, Sacramento, California 95814. (Reprint requests)
Dileep G. Bal
Chronic Disease Control Branch, California Department of Health Services, 714 P Street, Sacramento, California 95814. (Reprint requests)
Neal D. Kohatsu
Epidemiology and Disease Prevention Section, California Department of Health Services
Alana J. Mozar
Division of Foods and Nutrition, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

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ISSN
1529-8795
Print ISSN
0031-5982
Pages
pp. 345-356
Launched on MUSE
2015-01-07
Open Access
No
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