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Reverse vaccinology approach for the identification and characterization of outer membrane proteins of Shigella flexneri as potential cellular- and antibody-dependent vaccine candidates

Leow CY, Kazi A, Hisyam Ismail CMK, Chuah C, Lim BH, Leow CH, Banga Singh KK

PURPOSE: In the developing world, bacillary dysentery is one of the most common communicable diarrheal infections. There are approximately 169 million cases of shigellosis reported worldwide. The disease is transmitted...
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Analysis of the transcripts encoding for antigenic proteins of bovine gammaherpesvirus 4

Romeo F, Spetter MJ, Moran P, Pereyra S, Odeon A, Perez SE, Verna AE

The major glycoproteins of bovine gammaherpesvirus 4 (BoHV-4) are gB, gH, gM, gL, and gp180 with gB, gH, and gp180 being the most glycosylated. These glycoproteins participate in cell binding...
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Multi-Epitope Fusion Protein Eg mefAg-1 as a Serodiagnostic Candidate for Cystic Echinococcosis in Sheep

Tianli L, Xifeng W, Zhenzhong , Lixia W, Xingxing Z, Jun Q, Qingling M, Shasha G, Ying C, Xuepeng C

Cystic echinococcosis (CE) in sheep is a hazardous zoonotic parasitic disease that is caused by Echinococcus granulosus (Eg). At present, serological test is an important diagnostic method for Eg infection...
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Nucleoprotein vaccine induces cross-protective cytotoxic T lymphocytes against both lineages of influenza B virus

Lee SY, Kang JO, Chang J

PURPOSE: The influenza B virus diverges into two antigenically distinct lineages: B/Yamagata and B/Victoria. Influenza B is the dominant circulating virus during some influenza seasons, and recent data demonstrated that...
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Rhoptry antigens as Toxoplasma gondii vaccine target

Foroutan M, Ghaffarifar F, Sharifi Z, Dalimi A, Jorjani O

Toxoplasmosis is a cosmopolitan zoonotic infection, caused by a unicellular protozoan parasite known as Toxoplasma gondii that belongs to the phylum Apicomplexa. It is estimated that over one-third of the...
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Novel application of Influenza A virus-inoculated chorioallantoic membrane to characterize a NP-specific monoclonal antibody for immunohistochemistry assaying

Tu YC, Chen KY, Chen CK, Cheng MC, Lee SH, Cheng IC

Monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) are widely applied in disease diagnoses. Herein, we report a MAb, WF-4, against Influenza A virus nucleoprotein (NP), its broad response with Influenza A virus, and its...
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Characterization of Specific IgA Response to Antigenic Determinants of Helicobacter pylori Urease Encoded by ureA and ureB in Children

Shin MK, Jun JS, Kwon SW, Lee DH, Ha JH, Park JS, Song DH, Jung MH, Kang HL, Baik SC, Park JS, Youn HS, Cho MJ, Seo JH, Lee WK

Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), a causative agent of chronic gastritis and gastric cancer, has several virulent factors for own survival and progression toward gastric diseases in human stomach. Of those,...
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Oral allergy syndrome

Choi JH, Lee CY

Oral allergy syndrome (OAS) is an IgE-mediated allergy caused by cross-reacting antigenic determinants in pollens and various fruits, vegetables, and nuts which are known as the most common food allergy...
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Analysis of structure-function relationship in porcine rotavirus A enterotoxin gene

Saurabh S, Sircar S, Kattoor JJ, Ghosh S, Kobayashi , Banyai K, VinodhKumar OR, De UK, Sahoo NR, Dhama K, Malik YS

Rotavirus (RV)-infected piglets are presumed to be latent sources of heterologous RV infection in humans and other animals. In RVs, non-structural protein 4 (NSP4) is the major virulence factor with...
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Calcium-dependent protein kinases are potential targets for Toxoplasma gondii vaccine

Foroutan M, Ghaffarifar F

Toxoplasma gondii belongs to the Apicomplexa phylum that caused a widespread zoonotic infection in wide range of intermediate hosts. Over one-third of the world's population are latently infected with T....
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Development of a Novel Subunit Vaccine Targeting Fusobacterium nucleatum FomA Porin Based on In Silico Analysis

Jeong K, Sao P, Park MJ, Lee H, Kim SH, Rhee JH, Lee SE

Selecting an appropriate antigen with optimal immunogenicity and physicochemical properties is a pivotal factor to develop a protein based subunit vaccine. Despite rapid progress in modern molecular cloning and recombinant...
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Robust immunoreactivity of teenager sera against peptide 19 from Porphyromonas gingivalis HSP60

Kwon EY, Cha GS, Joo JY, Lee JY, Choi J

PURPOSE: Epitope spreading is a phenomenon in which distinct subdominant epitopes become major targets of the immune response. Heat shock protein (HSP) 60 from Porphyromonas gingivalis (PgHSP60) and peptide 19...
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DNA Vaccines Encoding Toxoplasma gondii Cathepsin C 1 Induce Protection against Toxoplasmosis in Mice

Han Y, Zhou A, Lu G, Zhao G, Sha W, Wang L, Guo J, Zhou J, Zhou H, Cong H, He S

Toxoplasma gondii cathepsin C proteases (TgCPC1, 2, and 3) are important for the growth and survival of T. gondii. In the present study, B-cell and T-cell epitopes of TgCPC1 were...
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Identificaiton of Novel Immunogenic Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E7-Specific Epitopes Restricted to HLA-A*33;03 for Cervical Cancer Immunotherapy

Kim S, Chung HW, Kong HY, Lim JB

PURPOSE: To identify new immunogenic HLA-A*33;03-restricted epitopes from the human papillomavirus (HPV) 16 E7 protein for immunotherapy against cervical cancer. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We synthesized fourteen overlapping 15-amino acid peptides and...
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Identifying Novel B Cell Epitopes within Toxoplasma gondii GRA6

Wang Y, Wang G, Cai JP

The study of antigenic epitopes from Toxoplasma gondii has not only enhanced our understanding of the structure and function of antigens, the reactions between antigens and antibodies, and many other...
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Accelerating the development of a group A Streptococcus vaccine: an urgent public health need

Excler JL, Kim JH

Group A Streptococcus (GAS) infections cause substantial worldwide morbidity and mortality, mostly associated with suppurative complications such as pharyngitis, impetigo, and non-suppurative immune syndromes such as acute rheumatic fever, rheumatic...
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Western Blot Detection of Human Anti-Chikungunya Virus Antibody with Recombinant Envelope 2 Protein

Yang Z, Lee J, Ahn HJ, Chong CK, Dias RF, Nam HW

Chikungunya virus (CHIKV), a tropical pathogen, has re-emerged and has massive outbreaks abruptly all over the world. Containing many dominant epitopes, the envelope E2 protein of CHIKV has been explored...
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A novel M2e-multiple antigenic peptide providing heterologous protection in mice

Wen F, Ma JH, Yu H, Yang FR, Huang M, Zhou YJ, Li ZJ, Wang XH, Li GX, Jiang YF, Tong W, Tong GZ

Swine influenza viruses (SwIVs) cause considerable morbidity and mortality in domestic pigs, resulting in a significant economic burden. Moreover, pigs have been considered to be a possible mixing vessel in...
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Engineering therapeutic antibodies targeting G-protein–coupled receptors

Jo M, Jung ST

G-protein–coupled receptors (GPCRs) are one of the most attractive therapeutic target classes because of their critical roles in intracellular signaling and their clinical relevance to a variety of diseases, including...
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Immunoproteasome induction is suppressed in hepatitis C virus-infected cells in a protein kinase R-dependent manner

Oh IS, Textoris-Taube K, Sung PS, Kang W, Gorny X, Kähne T, Hong SH, Choi YJ, Cammann C, Naumann M, Kim JH, Park SH, Yoo OJ, Kloetzel P, Seifert U, Shin EC

By changing the relative abundance of generated antigenic peptides through alterations in the proteolytic activity, interferon (IFN)-γ-induced immunoproteasomes influence the outcome of CD8⁺ cytotoxic T lymphocyte responses. In the present...
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