Felicia Charles Johnson

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The immune system is concerned with the recognition and disposal of foreign or "non self" molecules or cells that enter the body of an immunologically competent individual. The generation of an immune response depends on the interaction of components, namely, the immunogen (nonself or foreign cell or molecule), antibody producing humoral immune system, and(More)
T cell lymphocytes play a major role in the immune response against HIV-1. Development of a safe and effective T cell immunogen based vaccine for HIV-1 depends on robust prediction of T cell epitopes. 13 HIV-1 HXB2 protein sequences with marked CTL epitope sites were obtained from the Los Alamos HIV molecular immunology database. Bio-basis function neural(More)
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