Further confirmation of broadly conserved, highly immunogenic cross-clade HIV CTL epitopes for inclusion in the GAIA HIV vaccine

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Methods Analysis was performed in 2003 on 10,803 HIV-1 sequences, and again in 2009, on an expanded set of 43,822 sequences. These were searched for conserved 910-mer segments with the EpiMatrix suite of immunoinformatic algorithms. From the most highly conserved (>5% isolates) or top 1,000 scoring 9-mers, HLA Class I binding sequences and Class II… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1742-4690-9-S2-P295

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@inproceedings{GROOT2012FurtherCO, title={Further confirmation of broadly conserved, highly immunogenic cross-clade HIV CTL epitopes for inclusion in the GAIA HIV vaccine}, author={A L DE GROOT and Leonard Moise and Ousmane A. Koita and Kotou Sangare and Lauren Levitz and J Rozenhal and Zoumana Koty and Karim Tounkara and Matt T. Ardito and C A Boyle and Mali Rochas and Wallace Martin}, booktitle={Retrovirology}, year={2012} }