Published in Vaccine Weekly, April 26th, 2006
"The consensus and ancestral sequence-based immunogens minimize the genetic distance between contemporary isolates and vaccine strains. Hence these sequences may be promising candidates for HIV vaccines or serve as a universal reagent set for evaluating Gag-specific responses."
"In this study, wrote A. Bansal and colleagues at the University of Alabama,...
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