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HXB2 Location Gag(33-47)
p17(33-47)
DNA(886..930)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p17(33-47 IIIB, B10)
Epitope HIVWASRELERFAVN? Epitope Alignment
HIVWASRELERFAVN? epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(93-107)
p17(93-107)
DNA(1066..1110)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p17(93-107 IIIB, B10)
Epitope EIKDTKEALDKIEEE Epitope Alignment
EIKDTKEALDKIEEE epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(118-132)
p17(118-132)
DNA(1141..1185)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p17(118-132 IIIB, B10)
Epitope AAADTGHSSQVSQNY Epitope Alignment
AAADTGHSSQVSQNY epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(133-147)
p24(1-15)
DNA(1186..1230)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(133-147 IIIB, B10)
Epitope PIVQNIQGQMVHQAI Epitope Alignment
PIVQNIQGQMVHQAI epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(208-222)
p24(76-90)
DNA(1411..1455)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(208-222 IIIB, B10)
Epitope EAAEWDRVHPVHAGP Epitope Alignment
EAAEWDRVHPVHAGP epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(228-242)
p24(96-110)
DNA(1471..1515)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(228-242 IIIB, B10)
Epitope MREPRGSKIAGTTST Epitope Alignment
MREPRGSKIAGTTST epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(278-292)
p24(146-160)
DNA(1621..1665)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(278-292 IIIB, B10)
Epitope SPTSILDIRQGPKEP Epitope Alignment
SPTSILDIRQGPKEP epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(288-302)
p24(156-170)
DNA(1651..1695)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p24(288-302 IIIB, B10)
Epitope GPKEPFRDYVDRFYK Epitope Alignment
GPKEPFRDYVDRFYK epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(393-407)
p2p7p1p6(30-44)
DNA(1966..2010)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p15(393-407 IIIB, B10)
Epitope FNCGKEGHTARNCRA Epitope Alignment
FNCGKEGHTARNCRA epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(418-432)
p2p7p1p6(55-69)
DNA(2041..2085)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p15(418-432 IIIB, B10)
Epitope KEGHQMKDCTERQAN Epitope Alignment
KEGHQMKDCTERQAN epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(423-437)
p2p7p1p6(60-74)
DNA(2056..2100)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p15(423-437 IIIB, B10)
Epitope MKDCTERQANFLGKI Epitope Alignment
MKDCTERQANFLGKI epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location Gag(461-475)
p2p7p1p6(98-112)
DNA(2170..2214)
Gag Epitope Map
Author Location p15(473-487 IIIB, B10)
Epitope ESFRSGVETTTPPQK Epitope Alignment
ESFRSGVETTTPPQK epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(269-283)
gp120(269-283)
DNA(7029..7073)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(269-283 IIIB, B10)
Epitope EVVIRSANFTDNAKT Epitope Alignment
EVVIRSANFTDNAKT epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(274-288)
gp120(274-288)
DNA(7044..7088)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(274-288 IIIB, B10)
Epitope SANFTDNAKTIIVQL Epitope Alignment
SANFTDNAKTIIVQL epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(309-323)
gp120(309-323)
DNA(7149..7193)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(309-323 IIIB, B10)
Epitope EQRGPGRAFVTIGKI Epitope Alignment
EQRGPGRAFVTIGKI epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(314-328)
gp120(314-328)
DNA(7164..7208)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(314-328 IIIB, B10)
Epitope GRAFVTIGKIGNMRQ Epitope Alignment
GRAFVTIGKIGNMRQ epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 237

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HXB2 Location gp160(364-378)
gp120(364-378)
DNA(7314..7358)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(364-378 IIIB, B10)
Epitope SSGGKPEIVTHSFNC Epitope Alignment
SSGGKPEIVTHSFNC epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(369-383)
gp120(369-383)
DNA(7329..7373)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(369-383 IIIB, B10)
Epitope PEIVTHSFNCGGEFF Epitope Alignment
PEIVTHSFNCGGEFF epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(394-408)
gp120(394-408)
DNA(7404..7448)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(394-408 IIIB, B10)
Epitope TWFNSTWSTKGSNNT Epitope Alignment
TWFNSTWSTKGSNNT epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 242

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HXB2 Location gp160(399-413)
gp120(399-413)
DNA(7419..7463)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(399-413 IIIB, B10)
Epitope TWSTKGSNNTEGSDT Epitope Alignment
TWSTKGSNNTEGSDT epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 271

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HXB2 Location gp160(424-438)
gp120(424-438)
DNA(7494..7538)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(424-438 IIIB, B10)
Epitope INMWQEVGKAMYAPP Epitope Alignment
INMWQEVGKAMYAPP epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 280

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HXB2 Location gp160(459-473)
gp120(459-473)
DNA(7599..7643)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(459-473 IIIB, B10)
Epitope GNSNNESEIFRPGGG Epitope Alignment
GNSNNESEIFRPGGG epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 282

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HXB2 Location gp160(474-488)
gp120(474-488)
DNA(7644..7688)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(474-488 IIIB, B10)
Epitope DMRDNWRSELYKYKV Epitope Alignment
DMRDNWRSELYKYKV epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 286

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HXB2 Location gp160(484-498)
gp120(484-498)
DNA(7674..7718)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp120(484-498 IIIB, B10)
Epitope YKYKVVKIEPLGVAP Epitope Alignment
YKYKVVKIEPLGVAP epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 295

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HXB2 Location gp160(547-561)
gp41(36-50)
DNA(7863..7907)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(547-561 IIIB, B10)
Epitope GIVQQQNNLLRAIEA Epitope Alignment
GIVQQQNNLLRAIEA epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(562-576)
gp41(51-65)
DNA(7908..7952)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(562-576 IIIB, B10)
Epitope QQHLLQLTVWGIKQL Epitope Alignment
QQHLLQLTVWGIKQL epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 313

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HXB2 Location gp160(647-661)
gp41(136-150)
DNA(8163..8207)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(647-661 IIIB, B10)
Epitope EESQNQQEKNEQELL Epitope Alignment
EESQNQQEKNEQELL epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(667-681)
gp41(156-170)
DNA(8223..8267)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(667-681 IIIB, B10)
Epitope ASLWNWFNITNWLWY Epitope Alignment
ASLWNWFNITNWLWY epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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HXB2 Location gp160(682-696)
gp41(171-185)
DNA(8268..8312)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(682-696 IIIB, B10)
Epitope IKLFIMIVGGLVGLR Epitope Alignment
IKLFIMIVGGLVGLR epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


Displaying record number 339

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HXB2 Location gp160(842-856)
gp41(331-345)
DNA(8748..8792)
gp160 Epitope Map
Author Location gp41(842-856 IIIB, B10)
Epitope HIPRRIRQGLERILL Epitope Alignment
HIPRRIRQGLERILL epitope logo
Species (MHC/HLA) human
Immunogen HIV-1 infection
Experimental methods  
Keywords  

Notes

References

Wahren1989 B. Wahren, J. Rosen, E. Sandstrom, T. Mathiesen, S. Modrow, and H. Wigzell. HIV-1 Peptides Induce a Proliferative Response in Lymphocytes from Infected Persons. J. Acquir. Immune Defic. Syndr., 4:448-456, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. PubMed ID: 2552068. Show all entries for this paper.

Wahren1989a B. Wahren, T. Mathiesen, J. Rosen, and H. Wigzell. Common and Unique T-Cell Epitopes of HIV-1. Vaccines, 89:89-93, 1989. Notes: Using 15-amino-acid-long peptides that scanned all of gp41, the C-terminal half of gp120, and the gag proteins p17, p24, and p15, this study presents evidence that 18 envelope and 12 gag peptides could stimulate T-cell proliferative responses from multiple representatives among 99 HIV infected study subjects. Thirty-six seronegative subjects were used as controls. Show all entries for this paper.


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