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Abstract

Therapeutic treatment with a non-neutralizing monoclonal antibody (mAb) (131-2G) specific to respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) G glycoprotein mediates virus clearance and decreases leukocyte trafficking and interferon gamma (IFN-) production in the lungs of RSV-infected mice. Its F(ab′) component only mediates decreased leukocyte trafficking and IFN- production without reducing virus replication. Thus, this mAb has two independent actions that could facilitate treatment and/or prevention of RSV infection by reducing both virus replication and virus-induced pulmonary inflammation.

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