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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
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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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