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Delayed treatment of Ebola virus infection with plant-derived monoclonal antibodies provides protection in rhesus macaques

Filovirus infections can cause a severe and often fatal disease in humans and nonhuman primates, including great apes. Here, three anti-Ebola virus mouse/human chimeric mAbs (c13C6, h-13F6, and c6D8) were produced in Chinese hamster ovary and in whole plant (Nicotiana benthamiana) cells. In pilot... Full description

1st Person: Olinger,, Gene Garrard
Additional Persons: Pettitt, James verfasserin; Kim, Do verfasserin; Working, Cara verfasserin; Bohorov, Ognian verfasserin; Bratcher, Barry verfasserin; Hiatt, Ernie verfasserin; Hume, Steven D. verfasserin; Johnson, Ashley K. verfasserin; Morton, Josh verfasserin; Pauly, Michael verfasserin; Whaley, Kevin J. verfasserin; Lear, Calli M. verfasserin; Biggins, Julia E. verfasserin; Scully, Corinne verfasserin; Hensley, Lisa verfasserin; Zeitlin, Larry verfasserin
Source: in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Vol. 109, No. 44 (2012), p. 18030-18035
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2012
Keywords: research-article
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