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Hepatitis C reference viruses highlight potent antibody responses and diverse viral functional interactions

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Objective: Neutralising antibodies are key effectors of infection-induced and vaccine-induced immunity. Quantification of antibodies’ breadth and potency is critical for understanding the mechanisms of protection and for prioritisation of vaccines. Here, we used a unique collection of human specimens and HCV strains to develop HCV reference viruses for quantification of neutralising antibodies, and to investigate viral functional diversity.

Conclusions: Representative isolates from six neutralisation clusters broadly reconstruct the functional HCV neutralisation space. They enable high resolution profiling of HCV neutralisation and they may reflect viral functional and antigenic properties important to consider in HCV vaccine design.

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