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Time of administration of rabies immunoglobulins and adequacy of antibody response upon post-exposure prophylaxis: a descriptive retrospective study in Belgium.

in the first 7 days after exposure. Adequate antibody response was defined as a titer of >5.0 IU /mL in case of bat-related exposure and >3.0 IU /mL in case of exposure to other animals. Titers ...

Inhibition of MALT1 decreases neuroinflammation and pathogenicity of virulent rabies virus in mice.

to animal and public health. Efforts to establish reliable therapeutic strategies have been unsuccessful and are hampered by gaps in the understanding of virus pathogenicity. MALT1 is an intracellular ...

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