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HXB2 Location Gag(183-191)
p24(51-59)
DNA(1336..1362)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24
Epitope DLNTMLNTV Epitope Alignment
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Species (MHC/HLA) human(B14, Cw8)
Immunogen HIV-1 exposed seronegative
Experimental methods  
Keywords subtype comparisons, HIV exposed persistently seronegative (HEPS)

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References

RowlandJones1998b S. Rowland-Jones, T. Dong, P. Krausa, J. Sutton, H. Newell, K. Ariyoshi, F. Gotch, S. Sabally, T. Corrah, J. Kimani, K. MacDonald, F. Plummer, J. Ndinya-Achola, H. Whittle, and A. McMichael. The Role of Cytotoxic T Cells in HIV Infection. Dev. Biol. Stand., 92:209-214, 1998. In this paper CTL response to previously defined conserved epitopes was found in exposed but uninfected prostitutes in Nairobi. Subtypes A and D are circulating in this regions, and the reactive epitopes tended to be conserved. Similarly previous studies in the Gambia showed that exposed but uninfected prostitutes tended to have B35 presented CTL epitopes conserved between HIV-1 and HIV-2. It was suggested that what was special about B35 is simply that it presents epitopes found both in HIV-1 and HIV-2. PubMed ID: 9554277. Show all entries for this paper.


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