Cell Culture–produced Hepatitis C Virus Does Not Infect Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells

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When something goes wrong: B cell responses to hepatitis C virus

17. Marukian S, Jones CT, Andrus L, et al. Cell culture-produced hepatitis C virus does not infect peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Hepatology 2008;48:1843-50. 18. McKeating JA, Zhang LQ, Logvinoff C, et al. Diverse hepatitis C virus glycoproteins mediate viral infection in a CD81-dependent manner. J Virol 2004;78:8496-505. 19.

Supporting Information - PNAS

Feb 05, 2010 2. Marukian S, et al. (2008) Cell culture-produced hepatitis C virus does not infect peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Hepatology 48:1843 1850. 3. Lindenbach BD, et al. (2006) Cell culture-grown hepatitis C virus is infectious in vivo and can be recultured in vitro. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 103:3805 3809. 4. Lindenbach BD, et al. (2005

Cell Culture Produced Hepatitis C Virus Does Not Infect

Cell Culture Produced Hepatitis C Virus Does Not Infect Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells SvetlanaMarukian,ChristopherT.Jones,LindaAndrus,MatthewJ.Evans,KimberlyD.Ritola,EdgarD.Charles, CharlesM.Rice,andLynnB.Dustin Hepatitis C virus (HCV) replicates primarily in the liver, but HCV RNA has been observed in

High titre neutralising antibodies to influenza after oral

process that does not need the expensive sterile fi ll and fi nishing process that injected vaccines need. Several approaches using adenoviral vector have been attempted to enable oral infl uenza immunisation. In 2011, a clinical trial using a cell culture produced oral adenovirus vectored avian infl uenza (H5) vaccine was begun. T-cell

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Cell culture-produced hepatitis C virus does not infect peripheral blood mononuclear cells. HEPATOLOGY 2008;48:1843-1850. 4. Ploss A, Evans MJ, Gaysinskaya VA, Panis