Identification of 50- and 23-/25-kDa HeLa cell membrane glycoproteins involved in poliovirus infection: occurrence of poliovirus specific binding sites on susceptible and nonsusceptible cells.
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Feb 01, 1992
Glycoproteins in the range 50 and 23/25 kDa were identified as poliovirus specific binding sites on HeLa cells with the monoclonal antibody mAb 122. mAb 122 is characterized by its partial inhibiting effect on poliovirus reproduction and adsorption when prebound to HeLa cells. The binding sites are endocytosed in native cells and specific for poliovirus as mAb 122 did not interfere with the adsorption of human rhinovirus type 14 (HRV 14). The poliovirus binding sites are present also on nonprimate so called nonsusceptible cells, e.g., mouse L-cells, as could be shown with sensitive ELISA based binding assays and performance of binding studies with fixed cells at 37 degrees.
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