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Integrins are not essential for entry of coxsackievirus A9 into SW480 human colon adenocarcinoma cells.

Heikkilä O et al

 

Prediction of Protection against Asian Enterovirus 71 Outbreak Strains by Cross-neutralizing Capacity of Serum from Dutch Donors, The Netherlands

van der Sanden et al

 

Multiple capsid-stabilizing interactions revealed in a high-resolution structure of an emerging picornavirus causing neonatal sepsis

Shakeel & Westerhuis et al

 

Detection and monitoring of human bocavirus 1 infection by a new rapid antigen test

Bruning et al

 

Human Parechovirus 1 Infection Occurs via αVβ1 Integrin

Merilahti et al

 

Role of Heparan Sulfate in Cellular Infection of Integrin-Binding Coxsackievirus A9 and Human Parechovirus 1 Isolates

Merilahti et al

 

Therapeutic Use of Native and Recombinant Enteroviruses

Ylä-Pelto et al

 

Structural Basis of Human Parechovirus Neutralization by Human Monoclonal Antibodies

Shakeel et al

 

Genome sequence of coxsackievirus A6, isolated during hand-foot-and-mouth disease outbreak in Finland in 2008

Osterback et al

  

Elicitation of T-cell responses by structural and non-structural proteins of coxsackievirus B4

Bengs et al