Table 1

Neutralization (ID50) of subtype-A, B and C viruses by #254 plasma sample
Sr. No. Virus Tier Subtype ID50
1 92RW009 1 A 74
2 Q461 1 A 98
3 SF162 1 B 1296
4 JRCSF 1 B 103
5 Du156.12 2 C 206
6 ZM53M.PB12 2 C <60
7 ZM109F.PB4 2 C 104
8 JRFL 2 B <60
9 RHPA4259.7 2 B 446
10 TRO.11 2 B 162

The cross neutralizing activities of plasma antibodies from HIV-1 infected drug naïve sample #254 against a panel of subtype-A, B, C tier 1 and 2 viruses indicated on left. The numerical values on the extreme right of table represent the mean 50% neutralization titers (ID50) defined as the reciprocal dilution of plasma which neutralized 50% of viral infection in the assay. For clarity, this information is coded; ID50> 1000 (Bold), ID50= 100-l000 (Bold Italic), ID50= 61–100 (Italic) and ID50<60, where 50% neutralization was not reached. Each experiment was performed at least two independent times and in duplicates.

Kumar et al.

Kumar et al. BMC Biotechnology 2012 12:87   doi:10.1186/1472-6750-12-87

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