Carl T. Wild

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To define the role of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) envelope proteins in virus infection, a series of peptides were synthesized based on various regions of the HIV-1 transmembrane(More)
Partial deletion of the second hypervariable region from the envelope of the primary-like SF162 virus increases the exposure of certain neutralization epitopes and renders the virus, SF162DeltaV2,(More)
For a number of viruses, oligomerization is a critical component of envelope processing and surface expression. Previously, we reported that a synthetic peptide (DP-107) corresponding to the putative(More)