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Dengue virus serocross-reactivity drives antibody-dependent enhancement of infection with Zika virus Nat Immunol.
Antibody-dependent enhancement of infection of ZIKV infection by cross-reactive antibodies from a previous DENV infection has been proposed to play a role of pathogenesis of ZIKV infection.
While antibody-dependent enhancement has been shown to occur and to advance infection in various body systems, it has not been proven to affect the placenta.
Dengue virus (DENV) antibody-dependent enhancement of infection upregulates the production of anti-inflammatory cytokines, but suppresses anti-DENV free radical and pro-inflammatory cytokine production in THP-1 cells.
UCSF's Jacques Homsy and others also examined a phenomenon called antibody-dependent enhancement in individuals who harbor HIV.
The vaccine appears to cause antibody-dependent enhancement or ADE, a phenomenon in which the dengue vaccine literally predisposes the dengue-naive recipients of the vaccine to a more severe clinical expression of the disease.
Aleutian mink disease parvovirus infection of mink macrophages and human macrophage cell line U937: demonstration of antibody-dependent enhancement of infection.
This phenomenon called antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) was being monitored closely by Sanofi, the French pharmaceutical company which developed the vaccine, he said.
The most commonly accepted is the antibody-dependent enhancement hypothesis in which dengue disease severity is modified by enhanced infections in monocytes and macrophages that result from infection by immune complexes formed by virus and antibodies raised from prior infection with a heterologous DENV or passively acquired at birth (10).
Furthermore, the nonneutralizing antibodies are known to facilitate viral infection, termed antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE), which is the pathogenic basis of feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIPV, a type II coronavirus), dengue hemorrhagic fever, and other viruses (34-36,37).
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