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SUMMARY

The isolation of monoclonal antibodies directed against the trypsin-sensitive site on the 140S particle of foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) has enabled the demonstration of at least three distinct epitopes within this site. Reaction with two of these resulted in neutralization of virus infectivity. None of the epitopes appeared to be present on the 12S particles, and one of the neutralizing epitopes was sensitive to even milder configurational changes of the particle.

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