24 October 2019 - In an historic announcement on World Polio Day, an independent commission of experts concluded that wild poliovirus type 3 (WPV3) has been eradicated worldwide. Following the
Here we describe the generation of ribavirin-resistant poliovirus by serial passage in the presence of the drug. Interestingly, no drug-resistant virus was isolated from passages in 400 μM ribavirin. Instead, data in Fig. 1C suggest that passage of virus at a lower concentration of ribavirin was necessary to allow the accumulation of mutations before the stringent selection for resistant variants provided by passage in 400 μM ribavirin. In hepatitis C virus (HCV)-infected patients treated with ribavirin, estimates of the drug concentrations in blood plasma range from 10 to 30 μM, though the concentration in hepatocytes may be higher (20, 21). Although it is uncertain whether the concentration of ribavirin required to inhibit poliovirus growth is similar to the concentration required to inhibit HCV growth, the results presented here suggest that treatment with low concentrations of the drug could facilitate later selection of resistant variants. In fact, clinical data from HCV patients have ...
BACKGROUND To understand immunological responses in chimpanzees vaccinated with live-attenuated vaccine (oral polio vaccine; OPV), serum neutralizing antibodies against poliovirus types 1, 2, and 3 were investigated over time. METHODS The neutralizing antibody titers against poliovirus types 1, 2, and 3 were determined by microneutralization test using 100 ID(50) of poliovirus types 1, 2, and 3 (Sabin strains). RESULTS Neutralizing antibodies against poliovirus types 1, 2, and 3 were detected in 85.7%, 71.4%, and 65% of the serum from 42 chimpanzees tested 9 years post-vaccination. The neutralizing antibody titers in chimpanzees were similar to the documented levels in human studies as an indicator of vaccine efficacy. CONCLUSIONS This study reveals persistence of neutralizing antibodies in chimpanzees for at least 9 years after vaccination with OPV. This first study in chimpanzees provides useful information for the evaluation of the success of vaccination with OPV in other captive apes.
Poliovirus 3A protein is known to have numerous functions in the viral replicative cycle, but the relationship between these functions is not known. Mutations in the 3A coding region, including the 3A-2 mutation at the restrictive growth temperature, are known to cause defects in viral RNA synthesis (3, 23). The larger polypeptide 3AB, which contains the 22-amino-acid protein primer for viral RNA synthesis fused to its carboxyl terminus, binds to 3D, the poliovirus RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (27, 66) and, when purified in the presence of detergent, stimulates polymerase activity (33, 45, 48, 51, 66). Recently, we have shown that viral proteins 2BC and 3A, expressed together, can mimic the ultrastructure and membrane rearrangements of poliovirus-infected cells (60), suggesting a role for 3A in vesicle formation during infection.. When expressed in isolation, viral 3A protein localizes to the ER, where it causes a three- to fivefold reduction in the rate of ER-to-Golgi traffic. In the presence ...
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has identified a vaccine-derived poliovirus (VDPV) in an unvaccinated, immunocompromised infant girl aged 7 months and in three siblings in a separate household. All four children live in an Amish community largely unvaccinated for polio. The infant girl has no paralysis, and the source of her infection is unknown. VDPVs are derived from the Sabin poliovirus strains in oral polio vaccine, which was discontinued in the United States in 2000 ...
A carboxy-terminal peptide of the poliovirus replicase protein (p63) was chemically synthesized, coupled to bovine serum albumin carrier, and injected into rabbits. The resulting antisera reacted with six virus-specific proteins from HeLa cells infected with poliovirus: NCVP 0b, NCVP 1b, NCVP 2, a protein of about 60,000 daltons, p63, and NCVP 6b. The identity of the 60,000-dalton protein is not known, but the other results were consistent with previous experimental approaches which demonstrated that p63 and the other four polypeptides have common coding sequences. An amino-terminal peptide of p63 failed to elicit an immune response in rabbits. Antibodies raised against the p63 carboxy-terminal peptide inhibited poliovirus replicase and polyuridylic acid polymerase activities in vitro, providing strong support for earlier suggestions that these activities are a property of a single virus-specific polypeptide. ...
Author Summary Viral recombination is critical to understanding the evolution of viral groups and impacts vaccine design, but is poorly understood. In the poliovirus vaccine, recombination is one potential mode of failure where vaccine strains recombine to produce a pathogenic product. We combine gene synthesis and deep sequencing to generate a high-resolution recombination map of poliovirus, both as a model RNA virus and a continuing threat that has yet to be eradicated. This map shows that recombination is concentrated into hotspots and suggests that predictable and alterable motifs in the RNA sequence are associated with recombination frequency. We demonstrate the utility of these observations by re-designing a poliovirus strain to recombine more frequently than normal, facilitating future studies on the role of viral recombination during infection. This result suggests that a large-scale redesign of the entire poliovirus genome to dampen recombination may be feasible, with implications for producing
Poliovirus RNA replicates in membrane-associated replication complexes in the cytoplasm of infected cells. By using a reversible inhibitor of poliovirus RNA replication, it is possible to synchronize viral RNA replication. The processing of the viral polyprotein results in the formation of the individual viral proteins along with stable intermediates in the processing pathway. To expand the utility of the in vitro complementation assay, experiments were designed to determine if all of the viral replication proteins could be provided in trans to support the replication of mutant RNA templates. The authors engineered two transcript RNAs (DJB2 and DJB15) that contained large out-of-frame deletions in the polyprotein coding sequence. The results to date using the in vitro complementation assay indicate that the 5 cloverleaf, the 3 nontranslated region (NTR), and the poly(A) tail are the minimum sequences required for negative-strand synthesis. Previous studies have shown that the 5 cloverleaf plays an
The National Research Council of the National Academies has recommended that at least one, preferably two, polio antiviral drugs be developed as a supplement to the tools currently available for control of polio outbreaks posteradication (4, 5). Pursuant to this recommendation, poliovirus-specific capsid inhibitor V-073 is being advanced clinically to assess the potential utility of poliovirus antiviral drugs in the treatment of chronic poliovirus infections and management of polio incidents. As with the application of any antiviral drug, the issue of treatment-emergent drug resistance presents a potential obstacle to implementation. It is important to understand the potential for and consequences of antiviral resistance.. We show here that poliovirus variants with reduced susceptibility to V-073 can be isolated in cell culture from otherwise drug-susceptible virus populations. The frequency of these variants in virus populations was estimated at 3.20 × 10−5 to 42.7 × 10−5 (geometric mean, ...
As this eMedTV article explains, vaccine-derived poliovirus (a rare strain of poliovirus that has been found in the live oral vaccine) can cause polio in unvaccinated people. This page offers a look at the occurrence and transmission of this virus.
In 2010, a large outbreak of poliomyelitis involving 445 laboratory-confirmed cases occurred in the Republic of Congo. The 47% case-fatality rate was unusually high. Outbreak severity was attributed to low immunization coverage but vaccine-mediated immunity against the outbreak virus was never investigated. We isolated the poliovirus type 1 responsible for the outbreak and located its evolutionary origins to Southeast Asia. Fatal cases showed evidence for previous vaccination against polioviruses and the outbreak virus was refractive against neutralization by monoclonal and vaccine-derived antibodies. This pointed to immune escape contributing to the severity of the outbreak. Sustained vaccination regimens in polio-free regions, together with clinical and environmental poliovirus surveillance will be necessary to combat antigenetically variant polioviruses in the poliomyelitis eradication endgame. ...
The primary determinant of infection for any virus is its ability to enter a cell and produce additional infectious particles. The presence of CD155 is thought to define the animals and tissues that can be infected by poliovirus. CD155 is found (outside of laboratories) only on the cells of humans, higher primates, and Old World monkeys. Poliovirus is, however, strictly a human pathogen, and does not naturally infect any other species (although chimpanzees and Old World monkeys can be experimentally infected).[35] The CD155 gene appears to have been subject to positive selection.[36] The protein has several domains of which domain D1 contains the polio virus binding site. Within this domain, 37 amino acids are responsible for binding the virus. Poliovirus is an enterovirus. Infection occurs via the fecal-oral route, meaning that one ingests the virus and viral replication occurs in the alimentary tract.[37] Virus is shed in the feces of infected individuals. In 95% of cases only a primary, ...
All of the non-structural proteins of poliovirus, including their processing precursors, are involved in the replication of the viral RNA genome. These proteins assemble into a replication complex, which also contains the viral RNA and cellular factors. An understanding of how these viral proteins interact with each other would enhance our understanding of the molecular events occurring during poliovirus infection of the cell. Previously, we have employed the yeast two-hybrid system to construct two separate linkage maps for the polioviral P2 and P3 proteins, respectively. In the present study, we have searched for interacting pairs between the P2 and P3 proteins in a similar inducible yeast two-hybrid system. Although, the primary functions of the proteolytic products of the P2 and P3 domains of the polyprotein in the viral life cycle are different, we observed significant interactions between 2CATPase and 3AB; 2Apro and 3A, 3Cpro or 3Dpol; 2B and 3A or 3AB. All of the interactions were measured in the
Three suspected cases of wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) from South Sudan are currently being investigated. All three patients are girls, two of whom are approximately two-years-old and one is eight-years-old. All had previously been immunized with oral polio vaccine (OPV).
Poliovirus: …viruses that cause polio (poliovirus) and other diseases. (Until this time, the poliovirus could be grown only in the brains of chimpanzees or the spinal cords of monkeys.) Culturing cells on glass surfaces opened the way for diseases caused by viruses to be identified by their effects on cells…
The team was jointly led by Dr. Matthias Gromeier, a professor in the Department of Neurosurgery, and Prof. Smita Nair, who is an immunologist in the Department of Surgery.. The new research - which is published in the journal Science Translational Medicine - shows how a modified poliovirus enables the body to use its own resources to fight off cancer. The modified virus bears the name of recombinant oncolytic poliovirus (PVS-RIPO).. PVS-RIPO has been in clinical trials since 2011 and preliminary results have offered hope to patients with one of the most aggressive forms of brain tumor: recurrent glioblastoma. So, the researchers set out to investigate more deeply how exactly PVS-RIPO works.. Explaining the rationale behind their research endeavor, Dr. Gromeier says, "Knowing the steps that occur to generate an immune response will enable us to rationally decide whether and what other therapies make sense in combination with poliovirus to improve patient survival.". Also Read:- 11 WAYS THAT A ...
7. Butschek R, Wimmer C (1995): Fallbericht: Hüftluxation im Alter von 3 Monaten bei primär zentrierter, nur gering reifungsverzögerter Hüfte. Orthopädie Mitteilung 3: 58.. 8. Wimmer C, Gluch H, Krismer M (1995) Die Inzidenz von Pseudoarthrosen bei homologem und autologem Knochenspan ventraler, lumbaler Fusionen. Orthopädie Mitteilungen 3: 25.. 9. Wimmer C, Sterzinger W, Achammer T, Biedermann H (1996) Die lumbale Fusion eine interdisziplinäre Herausforderung. Abstract book. XVII International vascular workshop: 21.. 10. Said M, Flora G, Achammer T, Wimmer C (1996) Vaskuläre Komplikationen nach Hüftchirurgischen Eingriffen. Abstract book. XVII International vascular workshop: 25.. 11. Achammer T, Rachbauer F, Flora G, Wimmer C (1996) Orthopädische Behandlung von Knochen und Weichteiltumoren in Zusammenarbeit mit den Gefäßchirurgen. Abstract book. XVII International vascular workshop: 45.. 12. Gluch H, Schreiber U, Wimmer C (1996) Ergebnisse der operativen Behandlung der Deformitäten ...
After that I was very interested in viruses, and the concept of viruses, but I wanted to learn more about molecular virology. Jeff Almond offered me a Postdoc, and hed been decoding the basis of vaccine attenuation for the Sabin strains of poliovirus vaccine strain, Sabin strain, and that seemed the perfect opportunity to learn how to clone, how to manipulate viruses. I was just bowled over by the fact that you can make a virus de-novo, and I loved doing that - understanding the replication, the way that the cis-acting signals in the poliovirus genome controlled the packaging and the replication of the genome, the piece of RNA.. So I learnt how to do that with poliovirus, which people had been able to do for some years already, and then at a conference I met Peter Palese, and he had just discovered how to get that to work with negative-strand RNA viruses and flu, and he offered me a Postdoc. So I went off to New York and did that. It was funny because at that time I wasnt even thinking of flu ...
A new inactivated polio vaccine based on attenuated poliovirus strains was developed to transfer the technology to manufacturers in low- and middle-income countries. This vaccine was produced in different dosages and in different formulations. In healthy adults the safety of the highest dose was comparable to that of the existing inactivated polio vaccine. The purpose of this trial is to determine the safety of the different dosages and formulations of the vaccine in infants. The second goal of this study is to analyse the immune response after three doses in infants ...
I had this injection on the 3rd May which includes Diphtheria toxoid/Human poliovirus type 1 inactivated/Human poliovirus type 2 inactivated/Human poliovirus type 3 inactivated/Tetanus toxoid and since...
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JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Health authorities on Tuesday declared the African continent free of the wild poliovirus after decades of effort, though cases of vaccine-derived polio are still sparking outbreaks of the paralyzing disease in more than a dozen countries. The declaration leaves Pakistan and neighboring Afghanistan as the only countries thought to still have the […]
Disruption of the immunological masking of tumors and expansion of the antitumor immune repertoire are eminent objectives for cancer immunotherapy. The inspiration for using PVSRIPO to this end had its origin in specific cytopathogenicity for cells derived from virtually any solid cancer, due to widespread CD155 expression in solid malignancy (7). PVSRIPO was granted "breakthrough therapy designation" by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration/Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research in May 2016, due to promising early clinical results against glioblastoma. Here, we define PVSRIPOs immunotherapeutic potential, in terms of its ability to engage tumors immunologically and to induce tumor antigen-specific antitumor immunity. Our studies suggest that, in addition to lytic damage to malignant cells, this potential rests on noncytotoxic infection of APCs/DCs.. PVSRIPO infection of primary human DCs did not produce cytopathogenicity or cell killing but induced type I IFN responses that exceeded ...
Antigenic variation is a hallmark of influenza virus that allows the virus to evade host defenses. Consequently influenza vaccines need to be reformulated frequently to keep up with changing viruses. In contrast, antigenic variation is not a hallmark of poliovirus - the same poliovirus vaccines have been used for nearly 60 years to control infections by this virus. An exception is a poliovirus type 1 that caused a 2010 outbreak in the Republic of Congo.. The 2010 outbreak (445 paralytic cases) was unusual because the case fatality ratio of 47% was higher than typically observed (usually less than 10% of patients with confirmed disease die). The first clue that something was different in this outbreak was the finding that sera from some of the fatal cases failed to effectively block (neutralize) infection of cells by the strain of poliovirus isolated during this outbreak (the strain is called PV-RC2010). The same sera effectively neutralized the three Sabin vaccine viruses as well as wild type 1 ...
Poliovirus seroprevalence did not differ by gender but was higher among those aged 6-11 years compared to those aged 12-19, 20-39 and 40-49 years (p , 0.001 for each comparison, Table 1, Fig.1). Those aged 12-19 and 40-49 years had a higher seroprevalence than those aged 20-39 years (p , 0.05 and p , 0.001, respectively). When stratified by gender, those aged 6-11 years had a higher seroprevalence than those aged 12-19, 20-39, and 40-49 for both males and females (p , 0.05, p , 0.001, and p , 0.001, respectively for males and p , 0.001, p , 0.001, and p , 0.05, respectively for females). Those aged 40-49 years had a higher seroprevalence than those aged 12-19 and 20-39 years for females (p , 0.05 and p , 0.001, respectively) and those aged 12-19 years had a higher seroprevelance than those aged 20-39 years for males (p , 0.05). Among those aged 40-49 years, males had a higher seroprevalence than females (p , 0.05). Within the other age groups, no differences by gender were observed. No ...
The homology models for d1, d2, and d3 were fitted into the reconstruction (Fig. 3b). Because the density map exhibits constrictions between the domains, determining the placement of the domains was mainly a matter of fixing their orientations about their long axes. The d1 model could be fitted into the density map in either of two orientations, 180o apart. One orientation was entirely consistent with mutational data implicating the C′C" and DE loops of Pvr, and the EF (166-169) and GH (213-236) loops of VP1, the EF loop of VP2 (140-144), and the GH loop of VP3 (182-186) as important interaction sites; the other was inconsistent with these data. The orientations of d2 and d3 were unambiguous. β-Strand and loop assignments in the final model (Fig. 3b Inset) are given in Fig. 3c.. The d1 model (residues 29-142) fits the reconstructed density well and exhibits notable complementarity with the virus surface. Adaptation of the initial homology model to fit the density map required major changes in ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Antigenic and immunogenic properties of recombinant hepatitis A virus 14S and 70S subviral particles. AU - Stapleton, Jack T.. AU - Raina, Vijay. AU - Winokur, Patricia L.. AU - Walters, Kathy. AU - Klinzman, Donna. AU - Rosen, Elliot. AU - McLinden, James H.. PY - 1993/2. Y1 - 1993/2. N2 - Hepatitis A virus (HAV) has an immunodominant neutralization antigenic site. By using a panel of monoclonal antibodies targeted against the HAV neutralization antigenic site, it was shown that three epitopes within this site are present on 14S subunits (pentamers of the structural unit). In contrast, two other epitopes within this site are formed upon assembly of 14S subunits into capsids. Thus, the epitopes recognized by these two monoclonal antibodies are formed either by a conformational change in the antigenic site or by the juxtaposition of epitope fragments present on different 14S subunits during assembly of 14S into 70S particles. Both 14S and 70S particles elicited HAV-neutralizing ...
Furthermore, human cells but not rodent cells are killed by poliovirus in vitro. Monoclonal antibody directed against the HeLa cell and in human spinal cord poliovirus receptor site (PVR locus* 19q13.2-q13.3) the human receptor for polio virus CD155 additional refinments or modifinments are required to permit attachment of PVR and nectin that localize in the cell-matrix adhesions and binding of a soluble DNAM-1-Fc molecule [DNAX accessory molecule 1] was detected at the apical surface of the endothelium above the endothelial cell junctions, DANM cooperated with NKp30 in the NK-mediated nectin-1 Mabs killing of both immature and mature dendritic cells mediated by UL141 Merlin blocking surface expression of CD155 (natural cytotoxicity receptors) to lysis of NK-mediated killing in the degree of autolysis in the probabilities of the two lytic enzymes exotoxin and endotoxin nectins and not the lysogenic lifecycle before induction by the daughter cell considerations are at the cell junctions during ...
Poliovirus (PV) infects humans and is highly infectious. It belongs to the genus Enterovirus, under the family Picornaviridae. There are three serotypes; PV1, PV2, and PV3, but PV1 is the most common serotype. PV has a single stranded RNA genome, a capsid that encases it, but no envelope. Associated diseases: PV causes the disease Poliomyelitis (also known as polio). It is highly infectious, and in endemic areas polio varies widely in the symptoms it causes;
4K4W: Structures of coxsackievirus, rhinovirus, and poliovirus polymerase elongation complexes solved by engineering RNA mediated crystal contacts.
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... is a highly contagious virus that only affects humans; as this eMedTV article explains, it is also the cause of polio. This page describes the virus in detail, including information on its transmission, history, and possible eradication.
BioAssay record AID 775057 submitted by ChEMBL: Antiviral activity against 20 PFU poliovirus infected in human RD cells assessed as plaque forming unit pretreated at 125 uM for 72 hrs followed by viral infection and compound treatment at 250 uM for 7 hrs by plaque assay (Rvb = 1.2 x 10-9 PFU/ml).
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Contact: Sarah Avery Phone: 919-660-1306 Email: [email protected] https://www.dukehealth.org ASCO Abstract #2061 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE on Monday, June 6, 2016 DURHAM, N.C. - An early group of patients who received a modified form of the poliovirus to treat recurrent glioblastoma brain tumors showed survival improvement over historical controls, according to researchers at the Presto...
With mail-order DNA and more than 2 years of painstaking work, researchers for the first time have assembled a virus from its chemical code. The lab-built poliovirus, described online this week by Science, killed mice and was almost indistinguishable from the original. Biologists disagree on how difficult it would be to construct far bulkier viruses such as smallpox to create bioweapons. ...
Polio is a potentially deadly and crippling infectious disease caused by the poliovirus. Polio infects the brain and spinal cord, and is spread by person-to-person contact.. Almost 75% of people who are infected with polio show no symptoms; however, those people can still spread the virus and cause others to get polio. About 4-8% of people who are infected with poliovirus show minor symptoms such as fever, headache, sore throat, upset stomach, and tiredness; and about 1-5% of people might have stiffness of the neck and back with a severe headache and pain in their legs and arms. These symptoms typically only last a few days, and then the person recovers. Approximately, 1 out of 100 people with polio will become permanently paralyzed. A small percentage of children, and a slightly larger percentage of adults, who become paralyzed may die because they are unable to breathe.. ...
KNOWN HISTORY: Lansing was brought in without information on his behavior in his previous home. He allowed all handling during the intake process. MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: Observed Behavior - allows exam, nervous EVALUATION: Cage Condition: Cage is neat Reaction to assessor: Lansing was sitting upright by the back of his cubby, neutral. Reaction when softly spoken to: Lansing looks at the assessor, looks away, and refocuses on the assessor again. Reaction to cage door opening: Lansing becomes alert, but remains motionless. Reaction to touch: Lansing sniffs the assessors hand and shifts away to avoid petting, but allows gentle strokes on his head and body with a slow approach. He twitches when touched along his body, but seems uncomfortable and will blink softly while lip licking. ACTIVITY LEVEL: Mellow VOCAL: Quiet CHARACTER TYPE: Shy, Calm RECOMMENDATIONS: - Experienced cat parents - Lansing tolerates attention and petting but may be fearful or stressed in the shelter. He may need time to warm up to ...
New England Journal of Medicine June 16, 2011 Vol. 364 No. 24 http://content.nejm.org/current.shtml Perspective The Polio Endgame Bruce Aylward, M.D., and Tadataka Yamada, M.D. N Engl J Med 2011; 364:2273-2275June 16, 2011 [Free full text] Infection with poliovirus can have devastating consequences, including paralysis and death. In 1988, a year when an estimated 350,000 or more…
2. Were also close to eradicating a third crippling and deadly infectious disease-polio. According to the Centers for Disease Control, paralysis is the most severe symptom associated with polio, because it can lead to permanent disability and death. Between 2 and 10 out of 100 people who have paralysis from poliovirus infection die because the virus affects the muscles that help them breathe. In 2017 the world saw the fewest wild polio cases in history-a total of 17. 3. In 2017, more Americans died because of opioids than breast cancer. About 41,000 Americans die from breast cancer every year, and there has already been an estimated 66,000 opioid-related overdose deaths for the year. 4. For about a thousand years we have assumed the earth had seven continents (Africa, Asia, Antarctica, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America). Geologists, though, group Europe and Asia into its own supercontinent-Eurasia -making for a total of six geologic continents. But some geologists believe we ...
Viruses can be broadly classified according to whether or not the particle is enveloped - surrounded by a membrane taken from the host cell - or naked. Some naked viruses apparently are more modest than we believed.. Members of the family Picornaviridae, which include Hepatitis A virus, poliovirus, and Coxsackieviruses, have non-enveloped particles that consist of a protein shell surrounding the viral RNA genome (poliovirus is illustrated). Examples of viruses that are enveloped include dengue virus, influenza virus, and measles virus.. Recently it was discovered that hepatitis A virus (HAV) particles are released from cells in membrane vesicles containing 1-4 virus particles. These membranous structures resemble exosomes, which are also released from uninfected cells and play roles in various biological processes. Enveloped hepatitis A virus particles are present in the blood of infected humans. However virus in the feces, which is transmitted to other hosts, is not enveloped.. Viral envelopes ...
51. Nogler M, Lass-Flörl C, Wimmer C, Mayr E, Bach C, Ogon M. Contamination during removal of cement in revision hip arthroplasty. A Cadaver study using ultrasound and high speed cutters. J Bone Joint Surg Br 85; 436-439, ...
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To examine forces that drive vaccination policy to eradicate wild- and vaccine-derived poliovirus, and to focus on the efficacy of vaccines to support decision-making and further research, we searc ...
The team was jointly led by Dr. Matthias Gromeier, a professor in the Department of Neurosurgery, and Prof. Smita Nair, who is an immunologist in the
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Purified Anti-human CD155 PVR Antibody Anti-CD155 - CD155, known as poliovirus receptor (PVR) or nectin-like 5, is a 70 kD type I transmembrane glycoprotein.
Rabbit polyclonal Poliovirus Receptor antibody validated for WB, ICC/IF and tested in Human. Immunogen corresponding to synthetic peptide
CD155, commonly known as PVR (poliovirus receptor) and Necl-5 (nectin-like molecule-5), is a type I transmembrane single-span glycoprotein and belongs to the nectins and nectin-like subfamily.