Domenico Fulgenzi

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Mauritian cynomolgus macaques (MCM) are widely used in human immunodeficiency virus research because of their restricted major histocompatibility complex (MHC) diversity which provides the opportunity to address the influence of host factors on vaccine studies. We herein report the impact of MHC haplotype on the outcome of 21 MCM infections with the(More)
It is well known that HIV-1 does not establish infection in nonhuman primates, nor in cell lines derived from them, due to the existence of saturable resistance factors. In this study, we show that an in vitro established Macaca fascicularis-derived CD4(-) B cell line (F6) can be productively infected by the laboratory-adapted T-tropic HXBc2/HIV-1 strain at(More)
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