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MAb ID G11G1 (12A-Gllgl)
HXB2 Location Gag Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p17
Ab Type  
Species (Isotype) rat(IgG2a)
Keywords antibody generation


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Isolation Paper
Shang1991 F. Shang, H. Huang, K. Revesz, H.-C. Chen, R. Herz, and A. Pinter. Characterization of monoclonal antibodies against the human immunodeficiency virus matrix protein, p17gag: identification of epitopes exposed at the surfaces of infected cells. J. Virol., 65:4798-4804, 1991. Six MAbs with linear epitopes were mapped. These Abs could only bind to HIV-infected cells that had been permeablized with acetone. Only G11g1 and G11h3, two antibodies that did not bind to peptides, but only to intact p17, could react with live HIV-1 infected cells. These antibodies were not neutralizing. PubMed ID: 1714518. Show all entries for this paper.

Pincus1996 S. H. Pincus, K. Wehrly, R. Cole, H. Fang, G. K. Lewis, J. McClure, A. J. Conley, B. Wahren, M. R. Posner, A. L. Notkins, S. A. Tilley, A. Pinter, L. Eiden, M. Teintze, D. Dorward, and V. V. Tolstikov. In Vitro Effects of Anti-HIV Immunotoxins Directed against Multiple Epitopes on HIV Type 1 Envelope Glycoprotein 160. AIDS Res. Hum. Retroviruses, 12:1041-1051, 1996. A panel of anti-gp160 MAbs to was used to construct anti-HIV immunotoxins by coupling antibodies to ricin A chain (RAC). The ability of the immunotoxins to kill HIV-1-infected cells was tested in tissue culture. Immunotoxins that bind epitopes on the cell surface killed infected cells, although killing was not directly proportional to binding. The activity of anti-gp41 immunotoxins was markedly enhanced in the presence of sCD4. PubMed ID: 8827220. Show all entries for this paper.

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