Fine specificity of IgG subclass response to group antigens in HIV-1-infected patients.

@article{Broliden1989FineSO,
  title={Fine specificity of IgG subclass response to group antigens in HIV-1-infected patients.},
  author={P A Broliden and L Morfeldt-M{\aa}nsson and Jonathan Rosen and Mikael Jondal and Britta E. Wahren},
  journal={Clinical and experimental immunology},
  year={1989},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={216-21}
}
There is an association between the clinical stage of HIV-1 infection and the presence of antibodies against viral gag proteins (p17 and p24). The IgG subclass (G1 and G3) pattern against these antigens was analysed in stable patients and HIV patients progressing to AIDS. Antibodies were analysed with whole viral or peptide ELISA (using sequentially… CONTINUE READING