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Title: Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus neutralising serum antibodies in dromedary camels: a comparative serological study
Authors: Reusken, Chantal B E M
Haagmans, Bart L
Müller, Marcel A
Gutierrez, Carlos
Godeke, Gert-Jan
Meyer, Benjamin
Muth, Doreen
Raj, V Stalin
Smits-De Vries, Laura
Corman, Victor M
Drexler, Jan-Felix
Smits, Saskia L
Tahir, Yasmin E El
De Sousa, Rita
van Beek, Janko
Nowotny, Norbert
Maanen, Kees van
Hidalgo-Hermoso, Ezequiel
Bosch, Berend-Jan
Rottier, Peter
Osterhaus, Albert
Gortázar-Schmidt, Christian
Drosten, Christian
Koopmans, Marion P G
Issue Date: Oct-2013
Publisher: The Lancet Infectious Diseases
Citation: The Lancet Infectious Diseases,Vol. 13. October 2013
Abstract: Background A new betacoronavirus—Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV)—has been identified in patients with severe acute respiratory infection. Although related viruses infect bats, molecular clock analyses have been unable to identify direct ancestors of MERS-CoV. Anecdotal exposure histories suggest that patients had been in contact with dromedary camels or goats. We investigated possible.....
Description: Article published in Lancet Infectious Diseases,Vol. 13. October 2013. Also available at www.thelancet.com/infection
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/6721
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