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The treatment of concrete, cement, or plaster with solutions of weak acid salts to neutralize the lime before painting.
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Scientists are now attempting to create a vaccine that harmlessly mimics the virus at key points in the observed process to generate broadly neutralizing HIV antibodies, first in uninfected animals and then in uninfected people.
Neutralizing antibody titers were expressed as mean titers.
There is no evidence that anyone is harmed by these neutralizing antibodies -- but their long-term impact is not yet known.
Because individual protective devices are widely used by citizens, neutralizing agents such as pepper spray appear to be viewed by the public as an acceptable means of force.
We are very pleased to be working with the world-class science team at IAVI and the network of collaborators they have assembled as part of their Neutralizing Antibody Consortium," commented David Fanning, CEO of Theraclone Sciences.
Similarly, a separate, recently published report* from the IAVI Neutralizing Antibody Center at The Scripps Research Institute showed how a different broadly neutralizing HIV antibody also binds to the virus via two sugars and a string of amino acid residues.
In contrast, serum samples from sub-Saharan African cohorts had higher prevalences of neutralizing antibodies to chimpanzee adenoviruses (Figure, Table 1).
Neutralizing and binding antibodies to IFN beta : relative frequency in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis patients treated with different IFN beta preparations.
That output, says Oh, quickly coats each enzyme molecule with a neutralizing layer that enables it to survive in acid.
The vaccinated animals had no neutralizing antibodies before infection--suggesting that the cellular immune responses, not the antibodies, were important for initial protection; but neutralizing antibodies did develop by day 21 after infection, so they might also have helped control the virus.
Disposable Battery Can Include Neutralizing Action That Protects the Environment
Washington, Aug 18 (ANI): Scientists have isolated 17 novel antibodies capable of neutralizing a broad spectrum of variants of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.