Antibody to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)-associated coronavirus spike protein domain 2 cross-reacts with lung epithelial cells and causes cytotoxicity

Y. S. Lin, C. F. Lin, Y. T. Fang, Y. M. Kuo, P. C. Liao, T. M. Yeh, K. Y. Hwa, C. C K Shieh, J. H. Yen, H. J. Wang, I. J. Su, H. Y. Lei

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