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Les dates (sur l’onglet Info & Metrics) :
- Received November 20, 2007
- Returned for modification December 28, 2007
- Accepted February 16, 2008
- Published online May 6, 2008.
Dans le paragraphe « Abstract », lignes 8 à 13, on trouve ça (c’est moi qui mets en gras) :
A 3V armored L-RNA of 2,248 bases containing six gene fragments—hepatitis C virus, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV1, SARS-CoV2, and SARS-CoV3), avian influenza virus matrix gene (M300), and H5N1 avian influenza virus (HA300)—was successfully expressed by the two-plasmid coexpression system and was demonstrated to have all of the characteristics of armored RNA.
Faudrait qu’on m’explique!