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Following intranasal administration of live influenza A virus vaccine or parenteral inoculation of inactivated influenza virus vaccine, immunoglobulin antibody to the influenza virus hemagglutinin(More)
We evaluated the abilities of three different avian influenza A viruses to attenuate the wild-type human influenza A/Korea/1/82 (H3N2) virus in squirrel monkeys, chimpanzees, and adult seronegative(More)
Wild-type influenza A viruses can be attenuated for humans by the acquisition of genes from the A/Ann Arbor/6/60 cold-adapted (ca) donor virus. Six-gene reassortants, that is, viruses containing the(More)