The detection of Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) instored sugar beets by means of monoclonal antibodies or antibody singlechain fragments (scFv) often poses problems, because the immunodominantC-terminal epitope of the viral coat protein is readily lost due toproteolysis. Clones which produce scFv specific for protease-stableBNYVV epitopes were selected from two naive phage display libraries.Fusion proteins of the scFv with a human IgG kappa chain (expressed fromthe newly designed vector pCL) or with alkaline phosphatase,respectively, allow the ELISA detection of BNYVV even in stored sugarbeets with a sensitivity which was comparable or often higher than thatachieved with polyclonal antibodies.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 1, 2000
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