volume 66, issue 8, P4992-5001 1992
DOI: 10.1128/jvi.66.8.4992-5001.1992
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K S Wang, R J Kuhn, E G Strauss, S Ou, J H Strauss

Abstract: Sindbis virus is an alphavirus with a very wide host range, being able to infect many birds and mammals as well as mosquitoes. We have isolated a monoclonal antibody that largely blocks virus binding to mammalian cells. This antibody was found to be directed against the C-terminal domain of the high-affinity laminin receptor, a 67-kDa protein present on the cell surface that binds with high affinity to basement membrane laminin and that is known to be important in development and in tumor invasion. This recept…

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