Classical swine fever virus E2 glycoprotein antigen produced in adenovirally transduced PK-15 cells confers complete protection in pigs upon viral challenge.

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E2 is the major envelope glycoprotein present on the outer surface of the classical swine fever virus (CSFV). It is exposed as a homodimer originated by disulfide linkage and represents an important target for the induction of neutralizing immune responses against the viral infection. The E2his glycoprotein nucleotide sequence used in this work contains the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2007.11.014

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@article{Snchez2008ClassicalSF, title={Classical swine fever virus E2 glycoprotein antigen produced in adenovirally transduced PK-15 cells confers complete protection in pigs upon viral challenge.}, author={Oliberto S{\'a}nchez and Maritza Barrera and Mar{\'i}a Jes{\'u}s Prieto Rodr{\'i}guez and Mar{\'i}a Teresa Fr{\'i}as and Nancy E Figueroa and Paula Naranjo and Raquel Montesino and Omar Farn{\'o}s and Sara Castell and Alina Venereo and L Ganges and Carlos Borroto and Jorge Rodr{\'i}guez Toledo}, journal={Vaccine}, year={2008}, volume={26 7}, pages={988-97} }