PMID: 1697678Aug 25, 1990Paper

Nucleotide sequences of the cDNAs encoding the V-regions of H- and L-chains of a human monoclonal antibody specific to HIV-1-gp41

Nucleic Acids Research
M FelgenhauerF Rüker


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