Published in Vaccine Weekly, May 8th, 1995
In earlier studies research Ellie Ehrenfeld and colleagues reported that both naturally infected humans and experimentally infected chimpanzees developed significant antibody titers against hepatitis A virus (HAV) nonstructural proteins. Antigen recognition by these antibodies was abolished by boiling the antigens in SDS, suggesting that the antibodies reacted with conformation-specific epitopes that required protein folding.
In this study, sera from subjects with recent and past paralytic poliomyelitis, as well...
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