Transfusion-transmitted viral infections: building bridges to transfusion medicine to reduce risks and understand epidemiology and pathogenesis

Transfusion
Michael Busch

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Sep 5, 2014·Current Opinion in Hematology·Louis M Katz
Sep 28, 2007·Current Opinion in Hematology·Roger Y Dodd
Oct 27, 2011·Biologicals : Journal of the International Association of Biological Standardization·Thierry BurnoufChen-Yao Su
Jan 30, 2010·Biologicals : Journal of the International Association of Biological Standardization·Jay S Epstein
Mar 21, 2008·Transfusion Medicine Reviews·Harvey J Alter
Dec 8, 2007·Transfusion Medicine Reviews·Kathryn E WebertMorris A Blajchman
Sep 17, 2008·Haemophilia : the Official Journal of the World Federation of Hemophilia·A Gröner
Feb 14, 2015·Transfusion·Roger Y Dodd, Louis M Katz
Feb 20, 2015·Emerging Infectious Diseases·Thomas R Kreil
Feb 28, 2019·Blood·Michael P BuschSteven Kleinman

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