Interdisciplinary seminar on mucosal immunology at Tohoku University 2020

The following study will be presented at Interdisciplinary seminar on mucosal immunology at Tohoku University 2020 (Feb. 19, 2020, Espace, Tohoku University Katahira Campus).

Genetic diversity and free chlorine susceptibility of a rotavirus A strain
Syn-suke Kadoya

You can find the agenda of this seminar from here: Mucosal Immunology Seminar 2020.

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