OCT 21, 2013 02:10 PM PDT
How human monoclonal antibodies neutralize the flu virus
WRITTEN BY: Jennifer Ellis
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This animation illustrates how directing monoclonal antibodies to the influenza virus prevents a conformational change in the protein that is necessary for viral entry into the host cell.
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