Overcoming inhibition of antibody responses to a malaria recombinant vaccinia virus caused by prior exposure to wild type virus

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Abstract

Pre-injection of mice with vaccinia virus inhibited the subsequent antibody response to a recombinant polypeptide expressed by vaccinia virus. The inhibition was overcome following additional challenges with recombinant vaccinia virus. This suggests that a potential disadvantage in vaccinia-immune individuals can be circumvented and may be outweighed by the advantages of the vector. © 1991.

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Etlinger, H. M., & Altenburger, W. (1991). Overcoming inhibition of antibody responses to a malaria recombinant vaccinia virus caused by prior exposure to wild type virus. Vaccine, 9(7), 470–472. https://doi.org/10.1016/0264-410X(91)90030-A

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