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EFFICIENCY OF RECOMBINANT TNF-BINDING PROTEIN FROM VARIOLA VIRUS IN A MODEL OF COLLAGEN-INDUCED ARTHRITIS
TLDR
The results suggest the recombinant viral protein VARVCrmB to be a new potential TNF-antagonist in a model of collagen-induced arthritis in mice, and suggests it may reduce the swelling and increase the mobility of mice limbs. Expand
[Recombinant short TNF-BD protein from smallpox virus is pharmacologically active in an experimental septic shock model].
TLDR
It is demonstrated that recombinant TNF-BD protein is pharmacologically active in the experimental model of LPS-induced septic shock and survives in a dose-dependent manner. Expand