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《Chinese Journal of Biotechnology》 2006-05
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Identification of Mimotope Peptides Which Bind to the SARS-CoV Spike Protein Specific Monoclonal Antibody 2C5 with Phage-Displayed Peptides Library

HUA Rong-Hong,WU Dong-Lai,TONG Guang-Zhi*,WANG Yun-Feng,TIAN Zhi-Jun and ZHOU Yan-JunNational Key Laboratory of Veterinary Biotechnology,Harbin Veterinary Research Institute,Chinese Academy of Agricultural of Science,Harbin 150001,China  
To identify the epitope of SARS-CoV spike protein specific neutralizing monoclonal antibody(MAb) 2C5. The antibody was used as target and three rounds of bio-panning were conducted with phage-display peptide library. After the third panning,20 phage-plague clones were randomly picked and analyzed for the binding ability with the MAb 2C5 by ELISA. The display sequence analysis demonstrated that among the twenty phage clones,eight clones displayed the same seven-peptide TPEQQFT. All these eight phage-clones showed strongest binding activity with 2C5 in phage ELISA analysis. Furthermore,phages displaying peptide TPEQQFT could specifically inhibit the binding of MAb 2C5 with SARS-CoV spike protein. The results demonstrated that TPEQQFT is a mimic epitope peptide containing neutralizing MAb 2C5. This study may provide information for further structural and functional analysis of spike protein and development vaccine for severe acute respiratory syndrome.
【Fund】: 黑龙江省博士后基金资助(No.HPD2003045)。~~
【CateGory Index】: Q789
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