A human adenoviral vector with a chimeric fiber from canine adenovirus type 1 results in novel expanded tropism for cancer gene therapy

M. A. Stoff-Khalili, A. A. Rivera, J. N. Glasgow, L. P. Le, A. Stoff, M. Everts, Y. Tsuruta, Y. Kawakami, G. J. Bauerschmitz, J. M. Mathis, L. Pereboeva, G. P. Seigal, P. Dall, D. T. Curiel

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