Human Polyclonal Antibodies Produced through DNA Vaccination of Transchromosomal Cattle Provide Mice with Post-Exposure Protection against Lethal Zaire and Sudan Ebolaviruses. (Q35793699)

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scientific article published on 30 September 2015
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Human Polyclonal Antibodies Produced through DNA Vaccination of Transchromosomal Cattle Provide Mice with Post-Exposure Protection against Lethal Zaire and Sudan Ebolaviruses.
scientific article published on 30 September 2015

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    Human Polyclonal Antibodies Produced through DNA Vaccination of Transchromosomal Cattle Provide Mice with Post-Exposure Protection against Lethal Zaire and Sudan Ebolaviruses. (English)
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    Callie E Bounds
    Steven A Kwilas
    Ana I Kuehne
    Jennifer M Brannan
    Russell R Bakken
    John M Dye
    Lesley C Dupuy
    Barry Ellefsen
    Drew Hannaman
    Jin-an Jiao
    Connie S Schmaljohn
    30 September 2015
    e0137786

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