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A FAIRLY CONSERVED EPITOPE ON THE HEMAGGLUTININ OF INFLUENZA-A (H3N2) VIRUS WITH VARIABLE ACCESSIBILITY TO NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY.

(1995) VIROLOGY. 212(2). p.526-534
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Vanlandschoot, Peter, Els Beirnaert, S DEWILDE, Xavier Saelens, T BESTEBROER, J DEJONG, Willy Min Jou, and Walter Fiers. 1995. “A FAIRLY CONSERVED EPITOPE ON THE HEMAGGLUTININ OF INFLUENZA-A (H3N2) VIRUS WITH VARIABLE ACCESSIBILITY TO NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY.” Virology 212 (2): 526–534.
APA
Vanlandschoot, P., Beirnaert, E., DEWILDE, S., Saelens, X., BESTEBROER, T., DEJONG, J., Min Jou, W., et al. (1995). A FAIRLY CONSERVED EPITOPE ON THE HEMAGGLUTININ OF INFLUENZA-A (H3N2) VIRUS WITH VARIABLE ACCESSIBILITY TO NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY. VIROLOGY, 212(2), 526–534.
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Vanlandschoot P, Beirnaert E, DEWILDE S, Saelens X, BESTEBROER T, DEJONG J, et al. A FAIRLY CONSERVED EPITOPE ON THE HEMAGGLUTININ OF INFLUENZA-A (H3N2) VIRUS WITH VARIABLE ACCESSIBILITY TO NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY. VIROLOGY. 1995;212(2):526–34.
MLA
Vanlandschoot, Peter, Els Beirnaert, S DEWILDE, et al. “A FAIRLY CONSERVED EPITOPE ON THE HEMAGGLUTININ OF INFLUENZA-A (H3N2) VIRUS WITH VARIABLE ACCESSIBILITY TO NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY.” VIROLOGY 212.2 (1995): 526–534. Print.
@article{195513,
  author       = {Vanlandschoot, Peter and Beirnaert, Els and DEWILDE, S and Saelens, Xavier and BESTEBROER, T and DEJONG, J and Min Jou, Willy and Fiers, Walter},
  issn         = {0042-6822},
  journal      = {VIROLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {526--534},
  title        = {A FAIRLY CONSERVED EPITOPE ON THE HEMAGGLUTININ OF INFLUENZA-A (H3N2) VIRUS WITH VARIABLE ACCESSIBILITY TO NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/viro.1995.1510},
  volume       = {212},
  year         = {1995},
}

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