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Microbiologica. 1983 Apr;6(2):91-9.

Activity of human serum lipoproteins on the infectivity of rhabdoviruses.


The inhibiting activity of various human serum lipoprotein classes and their lipid components on the infectivity of rhabdoviruses has been studied. The research has been carried out according to different experimental procedures on both the vesicular stomatitis virus (Indiana strain), and the fixed rabies virus (CVS strain). The results obtained have shown an inhibition of the infectivity of VSV and CVS, mainly linked to the very low and low density lipoprotein classes. It has also been demonstrated that the inhibitors act directly on viruses causing a decrease in their attachment to host cells.

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