Antigenic and molecular characterization of influenza A (H3N2) virus strains circulating in Cuba and their relation with vaccine strains (1995-98)

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Oropesa-Fernández, Suset; Goyenechea-Hernández, Angel; Savón-Valdés, Clara; Acosta-Herrera, Belsy; Piñón-Ramos, Alexander; Gonzalez-Muñoz, Grehete; Valdés-Ramírez, Odalys; Arencibia-García, Amely; Muné-Jimenez, Mayra; Espinosa-Hernández, Bárbara; González-Báez, Guelsys;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Finlay Ediciones
  • Subject: influenza | caracterización molecular | influenza vaccines | antigenic characterization | vacuna antigripal | molecular characterization | caracterización antigénica

Los cambios antigénicos continuos que ocurren en las glicoproteínas de envoltura (hemaglutinina y neuraminidasa) de los virus influenza, se deben a las mutaciones puntuales y a las promovidas por la selección positiva del sistema inmune, que dan origen a las epidemias a... View more
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