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    • Mucosal antibody responses to vaccines targeting SIV protease cleavage sites or full-length Gag and Env proteins in Mauritian cynomolgus macaques 

      Li, Hongzhao; Hai, Yan; Lim, So-Yon; Toledo, Nikki; Crecente Campo, José; Schalk, Dane; Li, Lin; Omange, Robert W.; Gómez Dacoba, Tamara; Liu, Lewis R.; Kashem, Mohammad Abul; Wan, Yanmin; Liang, Binhua; Li, Qingsheng; Rakasz, Eva; Schultz-Darken, Nancy; Alonso Fernández, María José; Plummer, Francis A.; Whitney, James B.; Luo, Ma (PLOS, 2018)
      HIV mutates rapidly and infects CD4+ T cells, especially when they are activated. A vaccine targeting conserved, essential viral elements while limiting CD4+ T cell activation could be effective. Learning from natural ...
    • Natural and cross-inducible anti-SIV antibodies in Mauritian cynomolgus macaques 

      Li, Hongzhao; Nykoluk, Mikaela; Li, Lin; Liu, Lewis R.; Omange, Robert W.; Soule, Geoff; Schroeder, Lukas T.; Toledo, Nikki; Kashem, Mohammad Abul; Correia Pinto, Jorge F.; Liang, Binhua; Schultz-Darken, Nancy; Alonso Fernández, María José; Whitney, James B.; Plummer, Francis A.; Luo, Ma (PLOS, 2017)
      Cynomolgus macaques are an increasingly important nonhuman primate model for HIV vaccine research. SIV-free animals without pre-existing anti-SIV immune responses are generally needed to evaluate the effect of vaccine-induced ...





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