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Stable expression of rabies virus glycoprotein in Chinese hamster ovary cells

The Journal of General Virology

Feb 1, 1991

S R BurgerS L Spitalnik

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The rabies virus glycoprotein (G protein) has several important functions and is a major antigenic stimulus of the host immune system following rabies virus infection or vaccination. We developed a model system for studying the role of N-linked glycosylation in the intracellular transpo...read more

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Rabies virus
Tumor Virus Infections
Ovarian Diseases
Immunofluorescence Assay
Chinese Hamster
Immune System
Precipitin Tests
Shuttle Vectors
Transfection
Both Ovaries
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Stable expression of rabies virus glycoprotein in Chinese hamster ovary cells

The Journal of General Virology

Feb 1, 1991

S R BurgerS L Spitalnik

PMID: 1993876

DOI: 10.1099/0022-1317-72-2-359

Abstract

The rabies virus glycoprotein (G protein) has several important functions and is a major antigenic stimulus of the host immune system following rabies virus infection or vaccination. We developed a model system for studying the role of N-linked glycosylation in the intracellular transpo...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Rabies virus
Tumor Virus Infections
Ovarian Diseases
Immunofluorescence Assay
Chinese Hamster
Immune System
Precipitin Tests
Shuttle Vectors
Transfection
Both Ovaries
21

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