Amino acid sequences directed against envelope proteins of a virus and polypeptides comprising the same for the treatment of viral diseases

A. Hultberg (Inventor), C.B.M. Maassen (Inventor), P. Landschoot (Inventor), E. Depla (Inventor), C. Stortelers (Inventor), C.T. Verrips (Inventor), S. Gucht (Inventor), J. Melera (Inventor), M.J. Saunders (Inventor), J.J.W. Haard (Inventor), R.A. Weiss (Inventor), N.J. temperton (Inventor), X. Saelens (Inventor), B. Schepens (Inventor), A. Szyroki (Inventor), M.M. Harmsen (Inventor)

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Abstract

The present invention relates in part to amino acid sequences that are directed against and/or that can specifically bind to an envelope protein of a virus, as well as to compounds or constructs, and in particular proteins and polypeptides, that comprise or essentially consist of one or more such amino acid sequences.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2009147248
Priority date5/06/08
Publication statusPublished - 5 Jun 2009

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