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Retraction Note: Hypothesis for heritable, anti-viral immunity in crustaceans and insects

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Correction to Flegel, TW: Hypothesis for heritable, anti-viral immunity in crustaceans and insects. Biology Direct 2009, 4:32.

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Flegel, T.W. Retraction Note: Hypothesis for heritable, anti-viral immunity in crustaceans and insects. Biol Direct 4, 36 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1186/1745-6150-4-36

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