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Journal of Virology
A 50-kilodalton receptor protein (Rp-a) for the group B coxsackieviruses (CB) was isolated in a virusreceptor complex from detergent-solubilized HeLa cells (J. E. Mapoles, D. L. Krah, and R. L. Crowell, J. Virol. 55:560-566, 1985). It was used as an immunogen for preparation of a mouse monoclonal antibody (RmcB) which protected HeLa cells and Buffalo green monkey kidney cells from infection by all six serotypes of CB. RmcB did not protect HeLa cells from infection by poliovirus, echovirus 6, ordoi:10.1128/jvi.62.5.1647-1652.1988 fatcat:tmjlerwydbcd7exjkuajuz5bvq