HIV-related peripheral neuropathy pain treated with acupuncture and amitriptyline

J. C. Shlay, K. Chaloner, M. B. Max, B. Flaws, P. Reichelderfer, D. Wentworth, S. Hillman, B. Brizz, D. L. Cohn, Archi Jackson, Erin Stone

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)23-25
Number of pages3
JournalIntegrative Medicine
Issue number1
StatePublished - Dec 1999

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In this article, methods are presented for assaying these two endogenous RNA-directed DNA polymerase activities. The endogenous DNA polymerase activities have requirements similar to those of the usual exogenous DNA-directed DNA polymerase activity--that is, requirements for 4-de- 1 Supported by Public Health Service Research Grant CA 07175 from the National Cancer Institute; Training Grant TO1 CA 5002 from the National Cancer Institute; and Grant VC-7 from the American Cancer Society. H. M. Temin holds Research Career Development Award KO3-CA08182 from the National Cancer Institute. C.-Y. Kang is a research fellow of the National Cancer Institute of Canada. For general references, see H. M. Temin and D. Baltimore, Advan. Virus Res. 17, 129 (1972). 3 H. M. Temin, Perspect. Biol. Med. 14, 11 (1970).

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