HIV-1–induced AIDS in monkeys

@article{Hatziioannou2014HIV1inducedAI,
  title={HIV-1–induced AIDS in monkeys},
  author={Theodora Hatziioannou and Gregory Q. del Prete and Brandon F Keele and Jacob D Estes and Matthew W. McNatt and Julia Bitzegeio and Alice Raymond and Anthony Rodriguez and Fabian Schmidt and Charles Mac Trubey and Jeremy Smedley and Michael J. Piatak and Vineet N Kewalramani and Jeffrey D Lifson and Paul D Bieniasz},
  journal={Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={344},
  pages={1401-1405}
}
Primate lentiviruses exhibit narrow host tropism, reducing the occurrence of zoonoses but also impairing the development of optimal animal models of AIDS. To delineate the factors limiting cross-species HIV-1 transmission, we passaged a modified HIV-1 in pigtailed macaques that were transiently depleted of CD8+ cells during acute infection. During adaptation over four passages in macaques, HIV-1 acquired the ability to antagonize the macaque restriction factor tetherin, replicated at… CONTINUE READING
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