A PubMed search on "ebola and human antibody" will give you
91 citations. One interesting paper is: J Virol 1999
Jul;73(7):6024-30. But, as a whole, many of your questions
can be answered by looking at the papers cited in the
Ana Hong wrote:
>> To Whom It May Concern,
>> I am currently writing a research paper on the Ebola virus and it
> would be greatly appreciated if you could answer the questions at the
> end of this e-mail. I am sorry for this inconvenience. Thank you for
> your time.
>> What are the antibodies that try to protect and what are the
> antibodies that actually do protect the human to some extent? (from
> further infection?)
>> To what extent do each these antibodies protect?
>> Why is it that abs are so ineffective in protecting the host?
>> Do you believe that glycoproteins have a part in neutralizing the
> antibodies so that the antibodies will not function properly?
>> Do you believe that antibodies may enhance infectivity? (please
>> P.S. please answer as many of these questions as your time permits.
> Thank you.