Martina Soldemo

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Broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) isolated from chronically HIV-1 infected individuals reveal important information regarding how antibodies target conserved determinants of the envelope glycoprotein (Env) spike such as the primary receptor CD4 binding site (CD4bs). Many CD4bs-directed bNAbs use the same heavy (H) chain variable (V) gene segment,(More)
Catalytic reduction of CO2 by H2 for synthesis of CO,methanol and hydrocarbons: Challenges and opportunities " , Energy & Environmental Science, 9 (2016) 62. different types of catalysts for CO2 reduction by ethane through dry reforming and oxidative dehydrogenation " , Low pressure CO2 hydrogenation to methanol over gold nanoparticles activated on a(More)
II The cover image shows partial intercalation of gold (in yellow) into Ti3SiC2 observed by scanning transmission electron microscopy; a result from my research. During the course of research underlying this thesis, I was enrolled in Agora Materiae, a multidisciplinary doctoral program at Linköping University, Sweden. Abstract Chemical gas sensors are(More)
Continued efforts to define the immunogenic properties of the HIV-1 envelope glycoproteins (Env) are needed to elicit effective antibody (Ab) responses by vaccination. HIV-1 is a highly neutralization-resistant virus due to conformational and glycan shielding of conserved Ab determinants on the virus spike. Elicitation of broadly neutralizing Abs that bind(More)
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