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Common Cold

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  30. Neutralization of a common cold virus by concatemers of the third ligand binding module of the VLDL-receptor strongly depends on the number of modules. Moser, R., Snyers, L., Wruss, J., Angulo, J., Peters, H., Peters, T., Blaas, D. Virology (2005) [Pubmed]
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