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)
  • S Kattel, W Yu, X Yang, B Yan, Y Huang, W Wan +47 others
  • 2016
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)
  • Hossein Fashandi, hossein Fashandi, Vii Populärvetenskaplig, H Fashandi, M Andersson, J Eriksson +19 others
  • 2016
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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