1. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  2. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  3. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  4. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  5. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  6. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  7. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  8. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  9. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  10. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  11. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  12. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  13. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...