Ultrapotent IgM antibodies isolated from a pregnant woman with Zika virus show promise as an immunotherapy

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Zika virus (ZIKV) infection is a potentially teratogenic illness, causing up to one in seven infants born to infected mothers to suffer neurodevelopmental deficits. A new study published in the journal Cell shows that some mothers escape injury to their babies because they develop a highly potent neutralizing antibody.

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