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Journal of Virology
Monoclonal antiretrovirus antibodies were assayed for their ability to influence retrovirus infection in vitro. Some antibodies increased murine cell infection by an ecotropic virus and both murine and human cell infection by an amphotropic virus. The stability of these viruses was not modified, suggesting that antibody-virus complexes may be more infectious than free virus particles.doi:10.1128/jvi.60.3.1141-1144.1986 fatcat:zlclfubpynbuvp3pbxytenvjdu