Broadly reactive human monoclonal antibodies elicited following pandemic H1N1 influenza virus exposure protect mice against highly pathogenic H5N1 challenge

Raffael Nachbagauer, David Shore, Hua Yang, Scott K. Johnson, Jon D. Gabbard, S. Mark Tompkins, Jens Wrammert, Patrick C. Wilson, James Stevens, Rafi Ahmed, Florian Krammer, Ali H. Ellebedy

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