Summary and Implications
VRP were constructed that co-express porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) GP5 and M proteins and form a heterodimer. This co-expressing VRP is an attractive candidate for a novel PRRSV vaccine based on previous work with equine arteritis virus (EAV).
Iowa State University
Erdman, Matthew M.; Harris, D.L. Hank; and Kamrud, Kurt I.
"Virus-like Replicon Particle Co-expression of PRRSV GP5 and M Proteins ,"
Animal Industry Report:
AS 653, ASL R2175.
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