Generierung und Charakterisierung eines neuen Donorstammes für die Influenza Saatvirusherstellung und die Charakterisierung von Influenza Viren in verschiedenen Wirtssystemen

In der Influenza-Impfstoffproduktion ist es von essentieller Bedeutung, gewünschte Antigene (Hämagglutinin und Neuraminidase) in möglichst kurzer Zeit zu erhalten, damit die Bevölkerung gegen die kommenden Influenzaviren schnell und bestmöglich geschützt ist. Derzeit werden die Saatviren in Eiern he...

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Main Author: Bertram, Sybille
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