Evaluation of the immune response of a H7N9 candidate vaccine virus derived from the fifth wave A/Guangdong/17SF003/2016

    Ji Dong
    Ji Dong
    Peihai Chen
    Peihai Chen
    Yunhua Lv
    Yunhua Lv
    Ji Xiao
    Ji Xiao
    Qinming Li
    Qinming Li
    Zhixia Li
    Zhixia Li
    Beiwu Zhang
    Beiwu Zhang
    Xuefeng Niu
    Xuefeng Niu

    Antiviral research, pp. 1047762020.

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    Cross-reactivityH7N9 influenza VirusHaemagglutination inhibitionImmune responseReceptor binding avidityMore(1+)

    Abstract:

    Highly pathogenic influenza H7N9 viruses that emerged in the fifth wave of H7N9 outbreak pose a risk to human health. The World Health Organization has updated the candidate vaccine viruses for H7N9 viruses recently. In this study, we evaluated the immune response to an updated H7N9 candidate vaccine virus, which derived from the highly p...More

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