Atlas de bacteriologie by Gestin, Goldstein

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In: Modern approaches to vaccines. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York p 151156 Krieger NJ, Pesce AJ, Michael JG (1983) Induction of multi-specific antibodies to bovine serum albumin after production of anti-idiotypic antibodies to an albumin-specific monoclonal antibody. Ann NY Acad Sci 418:305- 312 Kunkel HG, Mannik M, Williams RC (1963) Individual antigenic specificity of isolated antibodies. Science 140:1218-1219 Lafon M, Wiktor TJ, Macfarlan RI (1983) Antigenic sites on the CVS rabies virus glycoprotein: analysis with monoclonal antibodies.

As is also the case for recombinant DNA and synthetic vaccines, we are confronted with the question of how to present the immunogenic moiety to the immune system. At present it is not known how or whether these structures require a specific way of presentation, although it was shown that a multimeric form of presentation in combination with class I and 11 antigens was more efficient (KAUFMANN et al. 1983). The fact that the mice exhibiting virus-neutralizing (VN) antibody activity after inoculation with Ab2 2-17C3 were not protected against intracerebral challenge may be explained by the presence of only relatively low VN titers, which were obviously too low for effective protection.

In the present paper, we will consider the potential of monoclonal Ab2 for the induction of protective immune response against poliovirus infection. Endemic poliomyelitis has been exterminated from several industrialized countries with either oral attenuated poliovirus or inactivated poliovirus vaccines. However, also in these countries poliomyelitis remains a permanent threat as was recently shown by an outbreak of the disease caused by poliovirus type III in Finland (ANONYMOUS (1985). In the developing world, this disease is still a major problem, and there is urgent need for an effective vaccine that can be produced at low cost for worldwide distribution, perhaps even with the final goal of complete eradication of the disease.

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