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Secrets to antibody's success against West Nile Virus surprise scientists

event West Nile from reproducing inside macrophages, they found that only the therapeutic antibodies blocked the virus' reproduction. The therapeutic antibodies' ability to stop reproduction in macrophages even worked when the virions were simultaneously exposed to antibodies known to enhance infection.

"Do the therapeutic antibodies also prevent the virus from properly injecting its genetic material into macrophages? It's a tempting possibility, but we don't have the evidence to prove it yet," he says.


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Source:Washington University School of Medicine


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