Antibodies from Sierra Leonean and Nigerian Lassa fever survivors cross-react with recombinant proteins representing Lassa viruses of divergent lineages

Megan L. Heinrich, Matthew L. Boisen, Diana K.S. Nelson, Duane J. Bush, Robert W. Cross, Anatoliy P. Koval, Andrew R. Hoffmann, Brandon J. Beddingfield, Kathryn M. Hastie, Megan M. Rowland, Irina Aimukanova, Sophia Koval, Raju Lathigra, Viktoriya Borisevich, Mambu Momoh, John Demby Sandi, Augustine Goba, lkponmwosa Odia, Francis Baimba, John O. AiyepadaBenevolence Ebo, Philomena Eromon, Chinedu Ugwu, Onikepe Folarin, Testimony Olumade, MacDonald D.N. Onyechi, Johnson Etafo, Rashidat Adeyemi, Elijah E. Ella, Maryam Aminu, Simji S. Gomerep, Matthew Afam Eke, Olusola Ogunsanya, George O. Akpede, Danny O. Asogun, Sylvanus A. Okogbenin, Peter O. Okokhere, Johan Holst, Jeffrey G. Shaffer, John S. Schieffelin, Thomas W. Geisbert, Erica Ollmann Saphire, Christian T. Happi, Donald S. Grant, Robert F. Garry, Luis M. Branco

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