Fundamental immunology and what it can teach us about HIV vaccine development.

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This survey covers the immunological background to development of an HIV vaccine, starting from an overview of present understanding of the mechanisms of immunoregulation. It follows the uptake, processing and presentation of an antigen, from its initial uptake by a dendritic cell and its deposit on the dendrites of follicular dendritic cells. It pursues… (More)

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@article{Mitchison2005FundamentalIA, title={Fundamental immunology and what it can teach us about HIV vaccine development.}, author={Nicholas Avrion Mitchison and Quentin J. Sattentau}, journal={Current drug targets. Infectious disorders}, year={2005}, volume={5 2}, pages={87-93} }