Published in AIDS Weekly, February 24th, 2003
"Furthermore, passively administered combinations of human nmAbs prevented infection in primates, indicating that epitopes recognized by such nmAbs are key determinants for protection. Lastly, in the absence of CD8+ T cells, nAbs may act as a second line of defense during chronic infection."
"Taken together, these results argue for generating nAb...
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