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Potent broad cross-neutralizing sera inhibit attachment of primary HIV-1 isolates (groups M and O) to peripheral blood mononuclear cells.

(2001) VIROLOGY. 281(2). p.305-314
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BEIRNAERT, E, S DE ZUTTER, W JANSSENS, et al. “Potent Broad Cross-neutralizing Sera Inhibit Attachment of Primary HIV-1 Isolates (groups M and O) to Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells.” VIROLOGY 281.2 (2001): 305–314. Print.
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BEIRNAERT, E., DE ZUTTER, S., JANSSENS, W., & VAN DER GROEN, G. (2001). Potent broad cross-neutralizing sera inhibit attachment of primary HIV-1 isolates (groups M and O) to peripheral blood mononuclear cells. VIROLOGY, 281(2), 305–314.
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BEIRNAERT, E, S DE ZUTTER, W JANSSENS, and G VAN DER GROEN. 2001. “Potent Broad Cross-neutralizing Sera Inhibit Attachment of Primary HIV-1 Isolates (groups M and O) to Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells.” Virology 281 (2): 305–314.
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BEIRNAERT, E, S DE ZUTTER, W JANSSENS, and G VAN DER GROEN. 2001. “Potent Broad Cross-neutralizing Sera Inhibit Attachment of Primary HIV-1 Isolates (groups M and O) to Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells.” Virology 281 (2): 305–314.
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BEIRNAERT E, DE ZUTTER S, JANSSENS W, VAN DER GROEN G. Potent broad cross-neutralizing sera inhibit attachment of primary HIV-1 isolates (groups M and O) to peripheral blood mononuclear cells. VIROLOGY. 2001;281(2):305–14.
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E. BEIRNAERT, S. DE ZUTTER, W. JANSSENS, and G. VAN DER GROEN, “Potent broad cross-neutralizing sera inhibit attachment of primary HIV-1 isolates (groups M and O) to peripheral blood mononuclear cells.,” VIROLOGY, vol. 281, no. 2, pp. 305–314, 2001.
@article{168489,
  author       = {BEIRNAERT, E and DE ZUTTER, S and JANSSENS, W and VAN DER GROEN, G},
  issn         = {0042-6822},
  journal      = {VIROLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {305--314},
  title        = {Potent broad cross-neutralizing sera inhibit attachment of primary HIV-1 isolates (groups M and O) to peripheral blood mononuclear cells.},
  volume       = {281},
  year         = {2001},
}

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