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Fusion of Sendai virus and liposomes: dependence on the viral fusion protein (F) and the lipid composition of liposomes



Fusion of Sendai virus and liposomes: dependence on the viral fusion protein (F) and the lipid composition of liposomes



Virology 126: 1-9




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