Wanicha Buraphacheep

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Maternal immunization might protect infants from severe disease due to respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Guinea pigs are susceptible to infections with RSV and transfer antibodies to their offspring prenatally. Pregnant guinea pigs were immunized by infection with RSV and their offspring were challenged intranasally with RSV. Pulmonary viral replication(More)
The ability to measure antibodies against individual respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) proteins is important in the analysis of immune responses to RSV. We expressed the nucleocapsid (N) protein and the group A and B RSV attachment (G) proteins from recombinant baculoviruses. The three recombinant RSV proteins were used individually in an enzyme-linked(More)
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