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    • Comparison of viral env proteins from acute and chronic infections with subtype C human immunodeficiency virus type 1 identifies differences in glycosylation and CCR5 utilization and suggests a new strategy for immunogen design. 

      Ping, Li-Hua.; Joseph, Sarah B.; Anderson, Jeffrey A.; Abrahams, Melissa-Rose.; Salazar-Gonzalez, Jesus F.; Kincer, Laura P.; Treurnicht, Florette K.; Arney, Leslie.; Ojeda, Suany.; Zhang, Ming.; Keys, Jessica.; Potter, E. Lake.; Chu, Haitao.; Moore, Penelope L.; Salazar-Gonzalez, Maria.; Iyer, Shilpa.; Jabara, Cassandra.; Kirchherr, Jennifer.; Mapanje, Clement.; Ngandu, Nobubelo K.; Seoighe, Cathal.; Hoffman, Irving F.; Gao, Feng.; Tang, Yuyang.; Labranche, Celia.; Lee, Benhur.; Saville, Andrew.; Vermeulen, Marion.; Fiscus, Susan A.; Morris, Lynn.; Abdool Karim, Salim Safurdeen.; Haynes, Barton F.; Shaw, George M.; Korber, Bette T. M.; Hahn, Beatrice H.; Cohen, Myron S.; Montefiori, David Charles.; Williamson, Carolyn.; Swanstrom, Ronald. (American Society for Microbiology., 2013)
      Understanding human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) transmission is central to developing effective prevention strategies, including a vaccine.We compared phenotypic and genetic variation in HIV-1 env genes from ...