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Ultrapotent Human Neutralizing Antibody Repertoires Against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus From a Recovered Patient

Niu P, et al., 218(8):1249-1260, Journal of Infectious Disease, Sept. 2018 Read More

Inhibition of Flaviviruses by Targetinga Conserved Pocket on the Viral Envelope Protein. Cell Chemical Biology

de Wispelaere M, et al., 25(8):1006-1016.e8, Cell Chemical Biology, Aug. 2018 Read More

Importance of neutralizing monoclonal antibodies targeting multiple antigenic sites on MERS-CoV spike to avoid neutralization escape

Lingshu Wang, et al., 92(10). pii: e02002-17., Journal of Virology, April 2018 Read More

Unexpected Receptor Functional Mimicry Elucidates Activation of Coronavirus Fusion

Walls AC, et al., 176(5):1026-1039.e15., Cell Feb. 2019 Read More

Towards a solution to MERS_protective human mAb targeting different domains and functions of the MERS-coronavirus spike glycoprotein

Ivy Widjaja, et al., 8(1): 516–530., Emerging Microbes and Infections 2019 The Middle-East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) is a zoonotic virus that causes severe and often fatal…

Structural basis for human coronavirus attachment to sialic acid receptors

M. Alejandra Tortorici, et al.,  26, pages481–489, Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 2019 Read More

Structural definition of a neutralization epitope on the N-terminal domain of MERS-CoV spike glycoprotein

Haixia Zhou, et al., 10, Article number: 3068, Nature Communications 2019 Most neutralizing antibodies against Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) target the receptor-binding…

An antibody against the F glycoprotein inhibits Nipah and Hendra virus infections

Dang HV et al., 26(10):980-987, Nat Struct Mol Biol. Oct. 2019 Read More

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