Nouvelle composition immunogène anti-sras

A novel sars immunogenic composition

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Selon certains modes de réalisation, cette invention concernent des compositions et des méthodes destinées à traiter ou à prévenir le syndrome respiratoire aigu sévère (SRAS). Les compositions et les méthodes selon l'invention concernent une partie du domaine de liaison au récepteur (RBD) de la protéine de spicule du SRAS-CoV. Dans au moins certains cas particuliers, une version mutée d'une partie du RBD est utilisée, telle qu'un mutant déglycosylé du RBD.
Embodiments of the disclosure concern immunogenic compositions and methods for treating or preventing Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). The compositions and methods concern a portion of the receptor-binding domain (RBD) of the SARS-CoV spike protein. In at least particular cases, a mutated version of a portion of the RBD is utilized, such as a deglycosylated mutant of the RBD.

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