Modification of the avian coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus for vaccine development

Britton, Paul; Armesto, Maria; Cavanagh, David; Keep, Sarah
March 2012
Bioengineered Bugs;Mar2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p114
Academic Journal
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