Exposure to a Low Pathogenic A/H7N2 Virus in Chickens Protects against Highly Pathogenic A/H7N1 Virus but Not against Subsequent Infection with A/H5N1

Júlia Vergara-Alert, Ana Moreno, Juliana G. Zabala, Kateri Bertran, Taiana P. Costa, Iván Cordón, Raquel Rivas, Natàlia Majó, Núria Busquets, Paolo Cordioli, Fernando Rodriguez, Ayub Darji

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