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Journal of Virology
In young infants who possess maternally derived respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) antibodies, the antibody response to RSV glycoproteins is relatively poor, despite extensive replication of RSV. In the present study, it was found that cotton rat RSV hyperimmune antiserum suppressed the antibody response to the RSV glycoproteins but not the response to vaccinia virus antigens when the antiserum was passively transferred to cotton rats prior to infection with vaccinia recombinant virusesdoi:10.1128/jvi.62.10.3907-3910.1988 fatcat:3juhma7vm5a2df56fpwcdxpoq4