The Human Immune Response to HIV and its Impact in the Potential Development of an Inactivated HIV Vaccine.

@article{Rios2016TheHI,
  title={The Human Immune Response to HIV and its Impact in the Potential Development of an Inactivated HIV Vaccine.},
  author={Adan A Rios and Ethan C Pottet and Edward B. Siwak and Dallas W. Anderson and Qizhi Cathy Yao},
  journal={AIDS reviews},
  year={2016},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={
          151-157
        }
}
There is evidence that the transmission and acute phase of HIV infection triggers an immune response capable of controlling HIV subverted by the process of virus integration, essential to the replicative cycle of retroviruses. We review here two aspects that deserve consideration in light of recent developments concerning HIV transmission and vaccine development: vaccines directed against transmitted/founder viruses, and a reconsideration of inactivation as a viable means to obtain a preventive… CONTINUE READING