Selected approaches for increasing HIV DNA vaccine immunogenicity in vivo.

  title={Selected approaches for increasing HIV DNA vaccine immunogenicity in vivo.},
  author={Natalie A. Hutnick and Devin J F Myles and Chaoran Billie Bian and Karuppiah Muthumani and David B. Weiner},
  journal={Current opinion in virology},
  volume={1 4},
The safety, stability, and ability for repeat homologous vaccination makes the DNA vaccine platform an excellent candidate for an effective HIV-1 vaccine. However, the immunogenicity of early DNA vaccines did not translate from small animal models into larger non-human primates and was markedly lower than viral vectors. In addition to improvements to the DNA vector itself, delivery with electroporation, the inclusion of molecular adjuvants, and heterologous prime-boost strategies have… CONTINUE READING
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