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Natural mutations in the receptor binding domain of spike glycoprotein determine the reactivity of cross-neutralization between palm civet coronavirus and severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirusLiu, L; Fang, Q; Deng, F; Wang, H; Yi, CE; Ba, L; Yu, W; Lin, RD; Li, T; Hu, Z; Ho, DD; Zhang, L; Chen, Z200780
Heterologous MVA-S prime Ad5-S boost regimen induces high and persistent levels of neutralizing antibody response against SARS coronavirusBa, L; Yi, CE; Zhang, L; Ho, DD; Chen, Z2007163
Antibody responses against SARS coronavirus are correlated with disease outcome of infected individualsZhang, L; Zhang, F; Yu, W; He, T; Yu, J; Yi, CE; Ba, L; Li, W; Farzan, M; Chen, Z; Yuen, KY; Ho, D200695
Single amino acid substitutions in the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus spike glycoprotein determine viral entry and immunogenicity of a major neutralizing domainYi, CE; Ba, L; Zhang, L; Ho, DD; Chen, Z200561
Recombinant modified vaccinia virus Ankara expressing the spike glycoprotein of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus induces protective neutralizing antibodies primarily targeting the receptor binding regionChen, Z; Zhang, L; Qin, C; Ba, L; Yi, CE; Zhang, F; Wei, Q; He, T; Yu, W; Yu, J; Gao, H; Tu, X; Gettie, A; Farzan, M; Yuen, KY; Ho, DD2005283
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