Science writer Michael Specter recently wrote a thoughtful piece in the New Yorker about human endogenous retroviruses. For those readers who are interested in reading more about the origins of endogenous retroviruses, you can consult Robin Weiss’ article "The discovery of endogenous retroviruses" published in Retrovirology, October 2006.
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