HIV env 216-224 (HLA-A*29:02)

HIV env 216-224 (HLA-A*29:02)
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  • EP11246_1
HLA class I restricted CD8+ T-cell responses against HIV-1 were analyzed in African patients.... more
Product information "HIV env 216-224 (HLA-A*29:02)"
HLA class I restricted CD8+ T-cell responses against HIV-1 were analyzed in African patients. Significantly more responses were shown to be HLA-B restricted. Viral load, CD4 count, and thus rate of disease progression were also associated with HLA-B alleles. In addition, the selection pressure imposed on HIV-1 by HLA-B alleles was shown to be substantially greater than by other alleles. This epitope was suggested to be the epitope within a longer reactive peptide based on correspondence with a known epitope in the HIV database. Also, a significantly higher frequency of people in the Durban cohort who reacted with the peptide had this HLA type.HLA class I restricted CD8+ T-cell responses against HIV-1 were analyzed in African patients. Significantly more responses were shown to be HLA-B restricted. Viral load, CD4 count, and thus rate of disease progression were also associated with HLA-B alleles. In addition, the selection pressure imposed on HIV-1 by HLA-B alleles was shown to be substantially greater than by other alleles. This epitope was suggested to be the epitope within a longer reactive peptide based on correspondence with a known epitope in the HIV database. Also, a significantly higher frequency of people in the Durban cohort who reacted with the peptide had this HLA type.HLA class I restricted CD8+ T-cell responses against HIV-1 were analyzed in African patients. Significantly more responses were shown to be HLA-B restricted. Viral load, CD4 count, and thus rate of disease progression were also associated with HLA-B alleles. In addition, the selection pressure imposed on HIV-1 by HLA-B alleles was shown to be substantially greater than by other alleles. This epitope was suggested to be the epitope within a longer reactive peptide based on correspondence with a known epitope in the HIV database. Also, a significantly higher frequency of people in the Durban cohort who reacted with the peptide had this HLA type.HLA class I restricted CD8+ T-cell responses against HIV-1 were analyzed in African patients. Significantly more responses were shown to be HLA-B restricted. Viral load, CD4 count, and thus rate of disease progression were also associated with HLA-B alleles. In addition, the selection pressure imposed on HIV-1 by HLA-B alleles was shown to be substantially greater than by other alleles. This epitope was suggested to be the epitope within a longer reactive peptide based on correspondence with a known epitope in the HIV database. Also, a significantly higher frequency of people in the Durban cohort who reacted with the peptide had this HLA type.HLA class I restricted CD8+ T-cell responses against HIV-1 were analyzed in African patients. Significantly more responses were shown to be HLA-B restricted. Viral load, CD4 count, and thus rate of disease progression were also associated with HLA-B alleles. In addition, the selection pressure imposed on HIV-1 by HLA-B alleles was shown to be substantially greater than by other alleles. This epitope was suggested to be the epitope within a longer reactive peptide based on correspondence with a known epitope in the HIV database. Also, a significantly higher frequency of people in the Durban cohort who reacted with the peptide had this HLA type.

 
Sequence:SFDPIPIHY
Gene:env
Delivery: 3 weeks
C-Terminus:OH
N-Terminus:H
Purity:95%
Amount:1 mg
Counter Ion:TFA
Protein:Envelope glycoprotein gp160
Species:HIV
Allele:HLA-A*29:02
Application :Flow Cytometry Immunohistochemistry
Indication :AIDS (HIV)
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