Bifidobacterium longum and Chlorella sorokiniana Improve the IFN Type I-Mediated Antiviral Response in Rotavirus-Infected Cells

Ricardo Romero-Arguelles, Patricia Tamez-Guerra*, Guadalupe González-Ochoa*, César I. Romo-Sáenz, Ricardo Gomez-Flores, Lilian Flores-Mendoza, Elizama Aros-Uzarraga

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