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Lassa virus-like particles displaying all major immunological determinants as a vaccine candidate for Lassa hemorrhagic fever

Luis M Branco, Jessica N Grove, Frederick J Geske, Matt L Boisen, Ivana J Muncy, Susan A Magliato, Lee A Henderson, Randal J Schoepp, Kathleen A Cashman, Lisa E Hensley and Robert F Garry*

Virology Journal 2010, 7:279  doi:10.1186/1743-422X-7-279

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Virology Journal Comments: upfront and available

Robert Garry   (2011-05-31 15:48)  Tulane Medical School

One of the most important features of the new look Virology Journal (and other Biomed Central journals) is that Comments section is now featured on the ��front page.��

We would like to encourage the virology community to make use of this important feature to contribute to the on-going ��peer review�� of each article that appears in Virology Journal. The Comments sections is moderated; however, all constructive criticisms and insightful commentary are welcome.

Competing interests

I an the Editor-in-chief of Virology Journal


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