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HXB2 Location Gag(22-29)
p17(22-29)
DNA(853..876)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p17(22-29 LAI)
Epitope RPGGKKKY? Epitope Alignment
RPGGKKKY? epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(228-235)
p24(96-103)
DNA(1471..1494)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(228-235 LAI)
Epitope MREPRGSD Epitope Alignment
MREPRGSD epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 37

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HXB2 Location Gag(282-301)
p24(150-169)
DNA(1633..1692)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(282-301)
Epitope ILDIRQGPKEPFRDYVDRFY Epitope Alignment
ILDIRQGPKEPFRDYVDRFY epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(439-446)
p2p7p1p6(76-83)
DNA(2104..2127)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(439-446 LAI)
Epitope PSYKGRPG Epitope Alignment
PSYKGRPG epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(466-473)
p2p7p1p6(103-110)
DNA(2185..2208)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(466-473 LAI)
Epitope REETTTPS Epitope Alignment
REETTTPS epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Pol(708-718)
RT(553)-Integrase(3)
DNA(4206..4238)
Pol Epitope Map
Author Location RT(720-730 LAI)
Epitope SAGIRKVLFLD Epitope Alignment
SAGIRKVLFLD epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Pol(887-901)
Integrase(172-186)
DNA(4743..4787)
Pol Epitope Map
Author Location RT(899-913 LAI)
Epitope LKTAVQMAVFIHNFK Epitope Alignment
LKTAVQMAVFIHNFK epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Pol(911-925)
Integrase(196-210)
DNA(4815..4859)
Pol Epitope Map
Author Location RT(923-937 LAI)
Epitope AGERIVDIIATDIQT Epitope Alignment
AGERIVDIIATDIQT epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Pol(930-942)
Integrase(215-227)
DNA(4872..4910)
Pol Epitope Map
Author Location RT(942-954 LAI)
Epitope KQITKIQNFRVYY Epitope Alignment
KQITKIQNFRVYY epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 134

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HXB2 Location gp160(74-85)
gp120(74-85)
DNA(6444..6479)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(74-85 LAI)
Epitope CVPTDPNPQEVV Epitope Alignment
CVPTDPNPQEVV epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(108-119)
gp120(108-119)
DNA(6546..6581)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(108-119 LAI)
Epitope IISLWDQSLKPC Epitope Alignment
IISLWDQSLKPC epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(115-126)
gp120(115-126)
DNA(6567..6602)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(115-126 LAI)
Epitope SLKPCVKLTPLC Epitope Alignment
SLKPCVKLTPLC epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 189

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HXB2 Location gp160(290-306)
gp120(290-306)
DNA(7092..7142)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(296-312 LAI)
Epitope SVVEINCTRPNNNTRKS Epitope Alignment
SVVEINCTRPNNNTRKS epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 236

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HXB2 Location gp160(363-372)
gp120(363-372)
DNA(7311..7340)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(368-377 LAI)
Epitope QSSGGDPEIV Epitope Alignment
QSSGGDPEIV epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 301

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HXB2 Location gp160(579-604)
gp41(68-93)
DNA(7959..8036)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(584-609 LAI)
Epitope RILAVERYLKDQQLLGIWGCSGKLIC Epitope Alignment
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 308

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HXB2 Location gp160(598-609)
gp41(87-98)
DNA(8016..8051)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(603-614 LAI)
Epitope CSGKLICTTAVP Epitope Alignment
CSGKLICTTAVP epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 309

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HXB2 Location gp160(604-615)
gp41(93-104)
DNA(8034..8069)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(609-620 LAI)
Epitope CTTAVPWNASWS Epitope Alignment
CTTAVPWNASWS epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(650-662)
gp41(139-151)
DNA(8172..8210)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(655-667 LAI)
Epitope QNQQEKNEQELLE Epitope Alignment
QNQQEKNEQELLE epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(732-744)
gp41(221-233)
DNA(8418..8456)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(737-749 LAI)
Epitope GIEEEGGERDRDR Epitope Alignment
GIEEEGGERDRDR epitope logo
Subtype B
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Schrier1989 R. D. Schrier, J. W. Gnann, R. Landes, C. Lockshin, D. Richman, A. McCutchan, C. Kennedy, M. B. A. Oldstone, and J. A. Nelson. T-Cell Recognition of HIV Synthetic Peptides in a Natural Infection. J. Immunol., 142:1166-1176, 1989. Notes: The ability of 21 peptides to stimulate T-cell proliferation was tested in 30 HIV-infected donors in different clinical stages. T-cells from 27/30 donors were able to respond to at least one peptide. Two of the peptides were able to stimulate proliferation in 48\% of the donors. Schrier it et al. did not write down the peptide sequences they used, but only provided the numbering of the boundaries on a reference sequence (LAI, Wain-Hobson it et al., Cell 40:9-17 (1985)). In our experience, such numbering is often imprecise, so the peptide assignments in this database may be off by several residues. Two epitopes that Schrier it et al. mistakenly labeled as p24 peptides are instead p15 peptides. PubMed ID: 2783706. Show all entries for this paper.


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