Timothy J. Matthews

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We studied the humoral response of mice immunized with soluble CD4-rgp120 complex, testing polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) with the aim of identifying molecular changes that take place after the first interaction between human immunodeficiency virus and the cell surface. The antisera had a paradoxically high syncytia-blocking titer associated(More)
Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) infection of T lymphocytes requires cellular proliferation and DNA synthesis. Human monocytes were shown to have low DNA synthesis rates, yet the monocytotropic BaL isolate of HIV-1 was able to infect these cells efficiently. Monocytes that were irradiated to assure no DNA synthesis could also be readily infected(More)
UNLABELLED Most phylogenetic methods assume that the sequences evolved under homogeneous, stationary and reversible conditions. Compositional heterogeneity in data intended for studies of phylogeny suggests that the data did not evolve under these conditions. SeqVis, a Java application for analysis of nucleotide content, reads sequence alignments in several(More)
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