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Below is a list of citations of original articles pertaining to research that was conducted as part of the Collaboration for AIDS Vaccine Discovery.
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Optimization and qualification of a functional anti-drug antibody assay for HIV-1 bnAbsSeaman, M.S. Journal of Immunological Methods 20201/7/202031917969 Link to full-text
Phase 1 HIV vaccine trial to evaluate the safety and immunogenicity of HIV subtype C DNA and MF59-adjuvanted subtype C Env proteinHosseinipour, MClinical Infectious Diseases20201/4/202031900486 Link to full-text
Expression of CD40L by the ALVAC -SIV vector abrogates T cell responses in macaquesSilva de Castro IJournal of Virology20201/2/202031896599Link to full-text
Antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC)-mediating antibodies constrain neutralizing antibody escape pathway. Mielke, D. Frontiers in Immunology201912/11/201931921139Link to full-text
Structural basis for broad HIV-1 neutralization by a novel MPER-specific human broadly neutralizing antibody. Pinto, D. Cell Host & Microbe201911/13/201931653484Link to full-text
Neutralization-guided design of HIV-1 envelope trimers with high affinity for unmutated common ancestor of the CH235 lineage of CD4 binding site broadly neutralizing antibodies. LaBranche, C.C. PLoS Pathogens20199/17/201931527908Link to full-text
Enhancing and shaping the immunogenicity of native-like HIV-1 envelope trimers with a two-component protein nanoparticleNewPJM. BrouwerNature Communications20199/9/2019PMC6753213Link to full-text
Systems serology for decoding infection and vaccine-induced antibody responses to HIV-1.Pittala, S.Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS20197/1/201931033729Link to full-text
Conformational Plasticity in the HIV-1 Fusion Peptide Facilitates Recognition by Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies.NewYuan MCell Host & Microbe20196/12/2019PMC6579543Link to full-text
Structure and immunogenicity of a stabilized HIV-1 envelope trimer based on a group-M consensus sequence.NewKwinten SliepenNature Communication20195/29/2019PMC6541627Link to full-text
Myeloid Cell Crosstalk Regulates the Efficacy of the DNA/ALVAC/gp120 HIV Vaccine Candidate.Vaccari MFrontiers in Immunology20195/14/201931139193Link to full-text
Antibody Fab-Fc properties outperform titer in predictive models of SIV vaccine-induced protectionPittala SMolecular Systems Biology20195/2/201931048360Link to full-text
Conservation of molecular and cellular phenotypes of invariant NKT cells between humans and non-human primatesYu KImmunogenetics20194/30/201931123763Link to full-text
The HIV-1 Envelope Glycoprotein C3/V4 Region Defines a Prevalent Neutralization Epitope following ImmunizationLei LCell Reports20194/29/2019Link to full-text
Assessing intra-lab precision and inter-lab repeatability of outgrowth assays of HIV-1 latent reservoir sizeDaniel I. S. RosenbloomPLOS Computational Biology20194/12/201930978183Link to full-text
Rational Design and in vivo Selection of SHIVs Encoding Transmitted/Founder Subtype C HIV-1 EnvelopesO’Brien, SPPLOS Pathhogens 20194/3/201930943274Link to full-text
Adeno-associated virus vectored immunoprophylaxis to prevent HIV in healthy adults: a phase 1 randomised controlled trialPriddy FHLancet HIV20193/15/201930885692Link to full-text
Integrated systems approach defines the antiviral pathways conferring protection by the RV144 HIV vaccineFourati SNature Communications 20192/20/201930787294Link to full-text
Capturing the inherent structural dynamics of the HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein fusion peptideKumar SNature Communications20192/15/2019Link to full-text
Developability assessment of physicochemical properties and stability profiles of HIV-1 BG505 SOSIP.664 and BG505 SOSIP.v4.1-GT1.1 gp140 envelope glycoprotein trimers as candidate vaccine antigensWhitaiker NJournal of Pharmaceutical Sciences20192/15/201930776383Link to full-text
Stabilization of the V2 loop improves the presentation of V2 loop-associated broadly neutralizing antibody epitopes on HIV-1 envelope Taeye SWJournal of Biological Chemistry20192/6/201930728245Link to full-text
Closing and Opening Holes in the Glycan Shield of HIV-1 Envelope Glycoprotein SOSIP Trimers Can Redirect the Neutralizing Antibody Response to the Newly Unmasked Epitopes.Ringe RJournal of Virology20192/5/201930487280Link to full-text
OMIP‐052: An 18‐Color Panel for Measuring Th1, Th2, Th17, and Tfh Responses in Rhesus MacaquesDonaldson MCytometry OMIP20191/25/201930681265Link to full-text
Vaccine-induced protection from homologous tier 2 SHIV challenge in nonhuman primates depends on serum-neutralizing antibody titersPauthner, MGImmunity 20191/15/201930552025 Link to full-text
HIV-1 Neutralizing Antibody Signatures and Application to Epitope-Targeted Vaccine DesignBricault CAHIV-1 Neutralizing Antibody Signatures and Application to Epitope-Targeted Vaccine Design20191/9/2019Link to full-text
Priming with a Potent HIV-1 DNA Vaccine Frames the Quality of Immune Responses prior to a Poxvirus and Protein Boost.Asbach BJournal of Virology20191/6/201930429343Link to full-text
Replication-Competent NYVAC-KC Yields Improved Immunogenicity to HIV-1 Antigens in Rhesus Macaques Compared to Nonreplicating NYVAC.Kibler KVJournal of Virology20191/6/201930429340Link to full-text
Inference of the HIV-1 VRC01 Antibody Lineage Unmutated Common Ancestor Reveals Alternative Pathways to Overcome a Key Glycan Barrier.Bonsignori, MattiaScience Direct201812/18/201830552024Link to full-text
CytoML for Cross-Platform Cytometry Data SharingFinak GCytometry A201812/14/201830551257 Link to full-text
OMIP-051 - 28-color flow cytometry panel to characterize B cells and myeloid cells.Liechti TCytometry OMIP201812/14/201830549419 Link to full-text
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