ChAdOx1 NiV vaccination protects against lethal Nipah Bangladesh virus infection in African green monkeys

@article{vanDoremalen2021ChAdOx1NV,
  title={ChAdOx1 NiV vaccination protects against lethal Nipah Bangladesh virus infection in African green monkeys},
  author={Neeltje van Doremalen and Victoria A. Avanzato and Friederike Feldmann and Jonathan E. Schulz and Elaine Haddock and Atsushi Okumura and Jamie Lovaglio and Patrick W. Hanley and Kathleen Cordova and Greg Saturday and Teresa Lambe and Sarah C. Gilbert and Vincent J. Munster},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2021}
}
Nipah virus (NiV) is a highly pathogenic and re-emerging virus which causes sporadic but severe infections in humans. Currently, no vaccines against NiV have been approved. We previously showed that ChAdOx1 NiV provides full protection against a lethal challenge with NiV Bangladesh (NiV-B) in hamsters. Here, we investigated the efficacy of ChAdOx1 NiV in the lethal African green monkeys (AGMs) NiV challenge model. AGMs were vaccinated either 4 weeks before challenge (prime vaccination), or 8… Expand

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