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SUMMARY

Monoclonal antibodies directed against major antigens induced by cowpox virus (CPV) were produced. The specificities of these antibodies were established by immunoprecipitation, immunoblotting and several serological analyses, and from the cross-reactivities of these antibodies with cells infected with various other poxviruses, ectromelia virus (EV), vaccinia virus and Shope fibroma virus. The antibodies defined included ones reacting with each of the known major antigens of poxviruses, i.e. the common antigen of all poxviruses (probably NP antigen), the antigen (probably LS antigen), the haemagglutinin, the cell surface antigen, the common A-type inclusions in CPV and EV, and the antigen involved in neutralization.

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