A new study has shown that nanobodies derived from llamas could have the potential to destroy human cytomegalovirus.
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human cytomegalovirus (HCMV)
Scientists have found antibodies that summon virus-engulfing white blood cells may play an important role in protecting infants from cytomegalovirus.
Scientists have developed a “llama nanobody” that is capable of chasing out human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) so it is detected by the immune system.
Researchers have shown how different viruses such as HSV-1 and Zika can lead to microcephaly using brain organoids.
Scientists reveal eight new molecules, five of which are already US FDA-approved, that can block the polymerase reaction SARS-CoV-2 uses to replicate its genome.
Having worked in antibody research for over 20 years, Gary McLean has seen how the industry has progressed and understands the potential that antibodies have in the future of medicine. Nikki Withers hears how the focus has shifted from discovery to genetic sequence manipulation and how this can be applied…
A study has revealed the role of a protein which enables human cytomegalovirus to spread, the number one cause of congenital birth defects in the world.