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COVID-19 Related VLP Products
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Poster Title: COVID-19 Related VLP Products
Submitted on 23 Feb 2021
Author(s): Creative Biostructure
Affiliations: Creative Biostructure
This poster was presented at https://www.creative-biostructure.com/COVID-19-Related-VLP-Products-674.htm
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Abstract: SARS-CoV-2 has similar structural features to other coronaviruses. Coronavirus particles have four main structural proteins, namely membrane (M) protein, nucleocapsid (N) protein, spike (S) protein, and envelope (E) protein, and several accessory proteins. Non-infectious virus-like particles (VLPs) displaying crucial viral proteins can be utilized to investigate the structural properties of natural viruses. Besides, VLPs do not contain any viral genetic material and have the potential to trigger a powerful immune response, offering a much safer option for vaccine development.Summary: In the current continuous outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19, as an advanced VLP supplier, Creative Biostructure provides several VLP products in the family Coronaviridae. Currently, we have successfully created SARS-CoV-2 VLPs composed of M, N, S, and E in mammalian cells. Listed below are some of our COVID-19 related VLP products.References: https://www.creative-biostructure.com/COVID-19-Related-VLP-Products-674.htmReport abuse »
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