HIV molecular immunology database

 

gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Epitope Map

Interactive Epitope Maps

These are the new interactive epitope maps. These maps are implemented with SVG (scalable vector graphics), which is supported by most, but not all, major web browsers.

The static version of this page is still available.

All HIV T-Helper (Th) epitopes mapped to within a region of 18 amino acids or less are indicated on the HIV protein epitope maps. The location and HLA restriction elements of Th epitopes are indicated on protein sequences of HXB2. These maps are meant to provide the relative location of defined epitopes on a given protein, but the HXB2 sequence may not actually carry the epitope of interest, as it may vary relative to the sequence for which the epitope was defined. Epitopes with identical boundaries and HLA fields are included in the maps only once. If one laboratory determines HLA presenting molecules at the serotype level (example: A2) and another at the genotype level (example: A*0201) both will be included in the map. MHC specificities are indicative of the host species; when no MHC presenting molecule is defined, the host species is noted.

Data last updated at 2014-10-23 12:10:28-06

gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 1--50
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 51--100
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 101--150
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 151--200
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 201--250
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 251--300
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 301--350
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 351--400
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 401--450
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 451--500
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 501--550
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 551--600
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 601--650
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 651--700
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 701--750
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 751--800
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 801--850
gp160 T-Helper/CD4+ Map aa 851--856
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