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This research was supported by Program Grants 1016629 and 606788 and Project Grant 1083942 from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC). J.R. was supported by an NHMRC Australia Fellowship, D.P.F. was supported by an NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellowship, and D.C.J. and D.I.G. are supported by NHMRC Research Fellowships. H.W. is supported by a Melbourne International Engagement Award (University of Melbourne). C.D'S. is supported by a Melbourne International Research Scholarship and a Melbourne International Fee Remission Scholarship (University of Melbourne). We thank Dr Wei-Jen Chua and Dr Ted Hansen for their kind provision of 8F2.F9 and 26.5 mAbs.