The Friend virus (FV) is a strain of murine leukemia virus identified by Charlotte Friend in 1957. The virus infects adult immunocompetent mice and is a well-established model for studying genetic resistance to infection by an immunosuppressive retrovirus. The Friend virus has been used for both immunotherapy and vaccines. It is a member of the retroviridae group of viruses, with its nucleic acid being ssRNA.
- Class: Class II
- Antigen: Friend murine leukemia virus envelope protein
- Antigen Species: FMLV
- Peptide: EPLTSLTPRCNTAWNRLKL
- Conjugate: PE
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