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A comparison of immunization with plasmid DNA and vaccinia recombinants containing the nucleoprotein gene of influenza in MHC class I deficient mice



A comparison of immunization with plasmid DNA and vaccinia recombinants containing the nucleoprotein gene of influenza in MHC class I deficient mice



Journal of Cellular Biochemistry Suppl. 0(19A): 314




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