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Micrograph of influenza A virus and RSV
Flu/RSV Coinfection Produces Hybrid Virus that Evades Immune Defenses
When fused to RSV, influenza A virus is better able to escape antibodies that usually neutralize it, an in vitro study finds.
Flu/RSV Coinfection Produces Hybrid Virus that Evades Immune Defenses
Flu/RSV Coinfection Produces Hybrid Virus that Evades Immune Defenses

When fused to RSV, influenza A virus is better able to escape antibodies that usually neutralize it, an in vitro study finds.

When fused to RSV, influenza A virus is better able to escape antibodies that usually neutralize it, an in vitro study finds.

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CRISPRed B Cells Produce Antibodies Against Hard-to-Treat Viruses
Katarina Zimmer | May 17, 2019 | 5 min read
In line with previous research, a new study in mice demonstrates that B cells can be engineered to ward off infections, this time against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
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