Development of a Comparative European Orthohantavirus Microneutralization Assay With Multi- Species Validation and Evaluation in a Human Diagnostic Cohort.
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AuthorsHoornweg, Tabitha E
de Vries, Ankje
Hoogerwerf, Marieke N
Reimerink, Johan H J
Reusken, Chantal B E M
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TitleDevelopment of a Comparative European Orthohantavirus Microneutralization Assay With Multi- Species Validation and Evaluation in a Human Diagnostic Cohort.
Published inFront Cell Infect Microbiol 2020; advance online publication (ahead of print)
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