06001806 is referenced by 10 patents and cites 4 patents.

This invention relates to the use of the baculovirus glycoprotein, Interferon Stimulating Protein (ISP) (also known as gp67, gp64 EFP, or gp64), or the gene sequence encoding ISP, to stimulate production of interferon, such as for immunotherapy, anti-viral, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, or anti-parasitic therapy. This invention also relates to novel mutant forms of ISP that show enhanced biological (i.e., anti-viral) activity, increased stability, higher yield or better solubility.

Title
Interferon stimulating protein and uses thereof
Application Number
9/105039
Publication Number
6001806
Application Date
June 26, 1998
Publication Date
December 14, 1999
Inventor
Robert Schreiber
St. Louis
MO, US
Ann Gronowski
Ballwin
MO, US
David Parmelee
Rockville
MD, US
Marianne Murphy
Richmond
GB
Bernadetta Nardelli
Gaithersburg
MD, US
Daniel P Bednarik
Columbia
MD, US
David M Hilbert
Bethesda
MD, US
Agent
Kenley K Hoover
Assignee
Washington University
MO, US
Humn Genome Sciences
MD, US
IPC
A61K 38/10
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