A hybrid between a resistant and a susceptible strain of mouse alters the pattern of Theiler's murine encephalomyelitis virus-induced white matter disease and favors oligodendrocyte-mediated remyelination.

M. C. Dal Canto*, R. W. Melvold, B. S. Kim

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