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A monoclonal antibody to glycoprotein gp85 inhibits fusion but not attachment of Epstein-Barr virus
Journal of Virology
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) codes for at least three glycoproteins, gp350, gp220, and gp85. The two largest glycoproteins are thought to be involved in the attachment of the virus to its receptor on B cells, but despite the fact that gp85 induces neutralizing antibody, no function has been attributed to it. As an indirect approach to understanding the role of gp85 in the initiation of infection, we determined the point at which a neutralizing, monoclonal antibody that reacted with the glycoproteindoi:10.1128/jvi.62.7.2366-2372.1988 fatcat:fnflwy3cz5eghbmprgkh4v7rwe