Human Cytomegalovirus Infant Infection Adversely Affects Growth and Development in Maternally HIV-Exposed and Unexposed Infants in Zambia.

Gompels, UA; Larke, N; Sanz-Ramos, M; Bates, M; Musonda, K; Manno, D; Siame, J; Monze, M; Filteau, S; the CIGNIS Study Group; (2012) Human Cytomegalovirus Infant Infection Adversely Affects Growth and Development in Maternally HIV-Exposed and Unexposed Infants in Zambia. Clinical infectious diseases, 54 (3). pp. 434-442. ISSN 1058-4838 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/cir837

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