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Anti-Vaccinia Monoclonal Antibody

20:00 EDT 31 Aug 2004 | NIH

The current technology describes a monoclonal antibody that reacts with a vaccinia virus protein abundantly expressed under an early viral promoter after infection of cells. The antibody is useful for quantitating vaccinia virus infected cells and for studying the function of the protein to which it binds, which is known to be a double stranded RNA binding protein involved in resistance of the virus to interferons. This antibody is available for licensing through a biological materials license agreement.

IC: 
NIAID
NIH Ref. No.: 
E-123-2004-0
TAB No: 
TAB-978
Provider Technology ID: 
978
Updated On: 
May 16, 2018
Date Published: 
Wednesday, September 1, 2004
Provider Classifications: 
Publications: 
Patent Authority: 
EIR
Licensing Contacts: 
Lead Inventor: 
Inventor IC: 
NIAID
Inventor Lab URL: 
https://irp.nih.gov/pi/jonathan-yewdell
LPM FIrst Name: 
Benjamin
LPM Last Name: 
Hurley
LPM Address: 
5601 Fishers Lane, Suite 6D (MSC 9804)
LPM City: 
Rockville
Inv Is lead: 
LPM Zip: 
20892-9804
LPM State: 
MD
LPM Phone: 
240-669-5092
LPM Suffix: 
Ph.D.
LPM Organization: 
NIH Office of Technology Transfer
LPM Fax: 
240-627-3117
DTDT Classification: 
Infectious Diseases
Research Materials
DTDT Description: 
Infectious Diseases
Infectious Diseases - Research Materials
Additional Patents: 
Research Material – Patent protection is not being pursued for this technology
Disease Area Term: 
Collaboration Sought: 
Yes
Institute or Center: 
E Number Only: 
E-123-2004-0
Inventor First Name: 
Jonathan
Inventor Last Name: 
Yewdell

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