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The delivery site of a monovalent influenza vaccine within the respiratory tract impacts on the immune response

Bibliographic reference Minne, Antoine ; Louahed, Jamila ; Mehauden, Sybille ; Baras, Benoît ; Renauld, Jean-Christophe ; et. al. The delivery site of a monovalent influenza vaccine within the respiratory tract impacts on the immune response. In: Immunology, Vol. 122, no. 3, p. 316-325 (2007)
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