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The Syllabus for this Mock Test consists of questions and answers (MCQs) of Humans Viruses Retroviridae Hepadnaviridae in Virology.
The pattern for this Mock Test is:
|S.No||Subject||topic||No of Questions||Time Allowed|
|1||Virology||Humans Viruses Retroviridae Hepadnaviridae||25||30|
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