Amino acid changes outside the G-H loop of capsid protein VP1 of type O foot-and-mouth disease virus confer resistance to neutralization by antipeptide G-H serum.

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Antiserum to a peptide corresponding to the 135-154 sequence of capsid protein VP1 of the foot-and-mouth disease virus O1 Kaufbeuren was raised in a pig. Although this serum contained neutralizing antibodies, the pig showed clinical symptoms after challenge. Virus isolated from this pig was identified as a mutant, with changes at positions 50, 198 and 211… (More)

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