Demonstration that glycoprotein G is the attachment protein of respiratory syncytial virus

  • Levine S
  • Kaliaber-Franco R
  • Paradiso P
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Abstract

SUMMARY Two monospecific rabbit antisera to the G glycoprotein, one induced with purified G and the second with a recombinant vaccinia virus containing the gene for G, inhibit the attachment of purified [35S]methionine_labelled Long strain of respiratory syncytial virus to monolayers of HeLa cells. Attachment was not inhibited by monospecific rabbit antisera to glycoprotein F induced with either purified F or with a recombinant vaccinia virus containing the gene for F.

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Authors

  • S. Levine

  • R. Kaliaber-Franco

  • P. R. Paradiso

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