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Scientists from the University of Dusseldorf suggest how retroviruses ended up in our genome, and might be linked to unsolved neurological diseases like #MultipleSclerosis: http://ow.ly/QGxa50uZrFr 

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Scientists from the University of Dusseldorf suggest how retroviruses ended up in our genome, and might be linked to unsolved neurological diseases like : http://ow.ly/QGxa50uZrFr 

Original Article: Scientists from the University of Dusseldorf suggest how retroviruses ended up in our genome, and might be linked to unsolved neurological diseases like #MultipleSclerosis: http://ow.ly/QGxa50uZrFr 

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