Reduced accumulation of defective viral genomes contributes to severe outcome in influenza virus infected patients.
Vasilijevic, Jasmina; Zamarreño, Noelia; Oliveros, Juan Carlos; Rodriguez-Frandsen, Ariel; Gómez, Guillermo; Rodriguez, Guadalupe; Pérez-Ruiz, Mercedes; Rey, Sonia; Barba, Isabel; Pozo, Francisco; Casas, Inmaculada; Nieto, Amelia; Falcón, Ana.
; 13(10): e1006650, 2017 Oct.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29023600
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