Some articles on interferon, human:
... was perhaps too complex to provide clear results in the characterisation and purification of interferon. 1957 in this paper they coined the term "interferon", and today that specific interfering agent is known as a "Type I interferon" ... seminal discovery in 1957 that the RMC virus conferred a species specific anti-viral effect in human amniotic cell cultures ...
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