Kelly A. Stanley

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Pathogenic simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) infection is associated with enteropathy, which likely contributes to AIDS progression. To identify candidate etiologies for AIDS enteropathy, we used next-generation sequencing to define the enteric virome during SIV infection in nonhuman primates. Pathogenic, but not nonpathogenic, SIV infection was(More)
The global diversity of HIV-1 represents a critical challenge facing HIV-1 vaccine development. HIV-1 mosaic antigens are bioinformatically optimized immunogens designed for improved coverage of HIV-1 diversity. However, the protective efficacy of such global HIV-1 vaccine antigens has not previously been evaluated. Here, we demonstrate the capacity of(More)
Despite improved hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatments, vaccines remain an effective and economic option for curtailing the epidemic. Mosaic protein HCV genotype 1 vaccine candidates designed to address HCV diversity were immunogenic in mice. They elicited stronger T-cell responses to NS3-NS4a and E1-E2 proteins than did natural strains, as assessed with(More)
Peter C. DeMuth1,2, Adrienne V. Li1, Peter Abbink3, Jinyan Liu3, Hualin Li3, Kelly A. Stanley3, Kaitlin M. Smith3, Christy L. Lavine3, Michael S. Seaman3, Joshua A. Kramer4, Andrew D. Miller4, Wuhbet Abraham1,2,5, Heikyung Suh1,2,5, Jamal Elkhader1, Paula T. Hammond2,6,7, Dan H. Barouch3,8, and Darrell J. Irvine1,2,7,8,9 1Department of Biological(More)
UNLABELLED Foreskin is the principal site of heterosexual HIV-1 infection in men. However, little is known about HIV-1-specific immune responses or inflammation in foreskin. To the best of our knowledge, no previous studies have assessed immune responses to candidate HIV-1 vaccines in foreskin. Using the rhesus monkey model, we show that intramuscular(More)
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