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SARS CoV subunit vaccine: antibody-mediated neutralisation and enhancement.Jaume, M; Yip, MS; Kam, YW; Cheung, CY; Kien, F; Roberts, A; Li, PH; Dutry, I; Escriou, N; Daeron, M; Bruzzone, R; Subbarao, K; Peiris, JS; Nal, B; Altmeyer, R2012113
 
Cleavage of the SARS coronavirus spike glycoprotein by airway proteases enhances virus entry into human bronchial epithelial cells in vitroKam, YW; Okumura, Y; Kido, H; Ng, LFP; Bruzzone, R; Altmeyer, R2009106
 
H5-type influenza hemagglutinin is functionally recognized by the natural killer activating receptor, Nkp44Ho, JWY; Hershkovitz, O; Peiris, M; Zilka, A; Bar-Ilan, A; Nal, B; Chu, K; Kudelko, M; Kam, YW; Achdout, H; Mandelboim, M; Altmeyer, R; Mandelboim, O; Bruzzone, R; Porgador, A200893
 
Antibodies against trimeric S glycoprotein protect hamsters against SARS-CoV challenge despite their capacity to mediate FcγRII-dependent entry into B cells in vitroKam, YW; Kien, F; Roberts, A; Cheung, YC; Lamirande, EW; Vogel, L; Chu, SL; Tse, J; Guarner, J; Zaki, SR; Subbarao, K; Peiris, M; Nal, B; Altmeyer, R2007326
 
FcgammaRII-mediated SARS-CoV entry in human B cell linesJaume, MDA; Kien, FS; Kam, YW; Corby, P; Li, PH; Chu, SL; Tse, KS; CHEUNG, YC; Peiris, JSM; Daeron, M; Nal-Rogier, BTM; Altmeyer, RM2006113
 
FCGAMMARII-MEDIATED SARS-COV ENTRY IN HUMAN B CELL LINESJaume, MDA; Kien, FS; Kam, YW; Li, PH; Cheung, YC; Peiris, JSM; Daeron, M; Nal-Rogier, BTM; Altmeyer, RM200692
 
Immunization with trimeric S glycoprotein protects from SARS-CoV challenge despite the presence of in vitro facilitating antibodiesKam, YW; Kien, FS; Roberts, A; Cheung, CY; Lamirande, E W; Vogel, L; Chu, SL; Chan, CM; Tse, KS; Subarao, K; Peiris, JSM; Nal-Rogier, BTM; Altmeyer, RM200599
 
Immunization with trimeric S glycoprotein protects from SARS-CoV challenge despite the presence of in vitro facilitating antibodiesKien, FS; Kam, YW; Roberts, A; Cheung, CY; Lamirande, E W; Vogel, L; Chu, SL; Chan, CM; Tse, KS; Subbarao, K; Peiris, JSM; Nal-Rogier, BTM; Altmeyer, RM2005102
 
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