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  1. Post-entry, spike-dependent replication advantage of B.1.1.7 and B.1.617.2 over B.1 SARS-CoV-2 in an ACE2-deficient human lung cell line

    1. Daniela Niemeyer
    2. Simon Schroeder
    3. Kirstin Friedmann
    4. Friderike Weege
    5. Jakob Trimpert
    6. Anja Richter
    7. Saskia Stenzel
    8. Jenny Jansen
    9. Jackson Emanuel
    10. Julia Kazmierski
    11. Fabian Pott
    12. Lara M. Jeworowski
    13. Ruth Olmer
    14. Mark-Christian Jaboreck
    15. Beate Tenner
    16. Jan Papies
    17. Julian Heinze
    18. Felix Walper
    19. Marie L. Schmidt
    20. Nicolas Heinemann
    21. Elisabeth Möncke-Buchner
    22. Talitha Veith
    23. Morris Baumgardt
    24. Karen Hoffmann
    25. Marek Widera
    26. Tran Thi Nhu Thao
    27. Anita Balázs
    28. Jessica Schulze
    29. Christin Mache
    30. Markus Morkel
    31. Sandra Ciesek
    32. Leif G. Hanitsch
    33. Marcus A. Mall
    34. Andreas C. Hocke
    35. Volker Thiel
    36. Klaus Osterrieder
    37. Thorsten Wolff
    38. Ulrich Martin
    39. Victor M. Corman
    40. Marcel A. Müller
    41. Christine Goffinet
    42. Christian Drosten
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  2. LRR protein RNH1 dampens the inflammasome activation and is associated with adverse clinical outcomes in COVID-19 patients

    1. Giuseppe Bombaci
    2. Mayuresh Anant Sarangdhar
    3. Nicola Andina
    4. Aubry Tardivel
    5. Eric Chi-Wang Yu
    6. Gillian M. Mackie
    7. Matthew Pugh
    8. Vedat Burak Ozan
    9. Yara Banz
    10. Thibaud Spinetti
    11. Cedric Hirzel
    12. Esther Youd
    13. Joerg C. Schefold
    14. Graham Taylor
    15. Amiq Gazdhar
    16. Nicolas Bonadies
    17. Anne Angelillo-Scherrer
    18. Pascal Schneider
    19. Kendle M. Maslowski
    20. Ramanjaneyulu Allam
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