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In vitro evaluation of the protective role of human antibodies to West Nile virus produced during natural WNV infection


In vitro evaluation of the protective role of human antibodies to West Nile virus produced during natural WNV infection



Journal of Infectious Diseases 8(9): 1300-1308



ISSN/ISBN: 0022-1899

DOI: 10.1086/592277

Background. West Nile virus (WNV) is endemic in the United States and transmissible by transfusion. Since 2003, the US blood supply has been screened by nucleic-acid tests (NAT) for WNV in minipools (MP-NAT) of 6 or 16 specimens. WNV infection begins with low-level viremia detectable only by individual testing (ID-NAT) and no detectable WNV antibodies.

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