Heterologous expression and purification of Leptospira spp recombinant proteins to leptospirosis vaccine development

Deliberalli, Ivânia; Bettin, Everton; Grassmann, André; Neto, Amilton; Colonetti, Karina; Dellagostin, Odir; Silva, Everton
October 2014
BMC Proceedings;10/1/2014, p1
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Heterologous expression and purification of Leptospira spp recombinant proteins to leptospirosis vaccine development" by Ivânia Deliberalli and colleagues is presented.


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