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  • publication . Preprint . Article . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Anastasia A Minervina; Ekaterina A Komech; Aleksei Titov; Meriem Bensouda Koraichi; Elisa Rosati; Ilgar Z Mamedov; Andre Franke; Grigory A Efimov; Dmitriy M Chudakov; Thierry Mora; ...
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    Project: EC | STRUGGLE (724208)

    COVID-19 is a global pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. T cells play a key role in the adaptive antiviral immune response by killing infected cells and facilitating the selection of virus-specific antibodies. However neither the dynamics and cross-reactivity...

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  • publication . Preprint . Article . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Volpert, Vitaly; Banerjee, Malay; Petrovskii, Sergei;

    Comment: & pages, 4 figures

  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2013
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Drexler, Jan-Felix; Corman, Victor; Müller, Marcel; Lukashev, Alexander; Gmyl, Anatoly; Coutard, Bruno; Adam, Alexander; Ritz, Daniel; Leijten, Lonneke; Riel, Debby; ...
    Project: EC | ANTIGONE (278976), EC | EVA (228292), EC | EMPERIE (223498)

    Author Summary The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is one of the most relevant causes of liver disease and cancer in humans. The lack of a small animal models represents an important hurdle on our way to understanding, treating, and preventing hepatitis C. The investigation of ...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . Review . 2011
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    Authors:
    Lembo, Tiziana; Attlan, Michael; Bourhy, Hervé; Cleaveland, Sarah; Costa, Peter; de Balogh, Katinka; Dodet, Betty; Fooks, Anthony R.; Hiby, Elly; Leanes, Fernando; ...
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    Publisher: SAGE-Hindawi Access to Research

    International audience; Canine rabies, responsible for most human rabies deaths, is a serious global public health concern. This zoonosis is entirely preventable, but by focusing solely upon rabies prevention in humans, this "incurable wound" persists at high costs. Alt...

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