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Saba, Elisa

B5 Productive HIV-1 Infection of Cervical Tissue Ex Vivo.

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Sajadi, M.

112 Diversity of Specificity and Function Among Human Antibodies to Transitional Epitopes Altered by CD4 Binding to the HIV-1 Env Glycoprotein.

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Sajadi, Mohammad M.

E6 Immune Response and Selective Depletion of CD4-Negative T Cell: Impact of Chronic HIV Exposure on the TCR-[gamma]2 Chain Repertoire.

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F6 [gamma][delta] T Cells in HIV-Infected Individuals With Persistent Viremia.

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Salvato, Maria

B2 Enhancing Cellular Immune Responses to SIV Gag DNA Vaccine by Suppressing Fas-FasL Signaling.

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D5 Impaired Gamma Delta T Cell Proliferation in the Presence of Certain Viral Envelopes Can Be Overcome by Addition of DC.

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Sardesai, N. Y.

115 DNA and Protein Vaccination via Electroporation Confers Protection Upon Mucosal Challenge With Heterologous SIVsmE660.

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Schaefer, M.

131 Characteristics of Transmitted Founder Viruses: Impact of Transmitting Partner Genetics.

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Schief, W. R.

126 Broadly Neutralizing HIV Abs: Gains and Losses in Translation.

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Schmidt, S. D.

126 Broadly Neutralizing HIV Abs: Gains and Losses in Translation.

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Seaman, M. S.

126 Broadly Neutralizing HIV Abs: Gains and Losses in Translation.

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Seaman, Michael

116 Autologous and Heterologous Neutralizing Antibody Responses in HIV-1 Infection.

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Sezgin, Efe

F5 The Principal Genetic Determinants for Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma in China Involve HLA Class I Antigen Recognition Groove.

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Shattock, Robin J.

108 Towards Coitally-Independent Microbicides: Studies With Vaginal Rings and Silicone-Based Gel Delivery Systems.

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Shaw, George

116 Autologous and Heterologous Neutralizing Antibody Responses in HIV-1 Infection.

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Sheneberger, Robb

AF1 Evaluation of AIDSRelief Facilities' Implementation of 2007 HIV Treatment Regimens After Introduction of the New Guidelines.

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Shukair, Shetha A.

130 Neutralizing and Non-Neutralizing HIV-Specific Antibodies Hinder the Movement of Virus in Fresh Human Cervical Mucus.

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Sikazwe, Izukanji

AF1 Evaluation of AIDSRelief Facilities' Implementation of 2007 HIV Treatment Regimens After Introduction of the New Guidelines.

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Siliciano, Robert F. M.D., Ph.D.

101 Understanding How HAART Works.

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Silvestri, Guido

140 Antiviral Immune Responses, Chronic Immune Activation, and Pattern of Infected Cells in AIDS Pathogenesis: A Lesson From Non-Human Primate Models.

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Smith, P.

A10 The Potential Role of Antibodies to the C5 Domain of gp120 in Mitigating Generalized Immune Activation Associated With HIV-1 Infection.

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Smits, E.

B4 Immunotherapy of HIV-1-Infected Patients With Dendritic Cells Transfected With gag and tat-rev-nef mRNA.

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Sommerfelt, M.

A10 The Potential Role of Antibodies to the C5 Domain of gp120 in Mitigating Generalized Immune Activation Associated With HIV-1 Infection.

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Sorensen, B.

A10 The Potential Role of Antibodies to the C5 Domain of gp120 in Mitigating Generalized Immune Activation Associated With HIV-1 Infection.

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Soriano, Vicente

B3 Identification of Neutralizing Antibodies and Their Epitopes From HIV Controllers.

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Stamatatos, Leonidas

111 Interactions Between HIV Env and Germline Versions of bNAbs.

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Sthembile, Ndopu

A8 Immediate Versus Delayed Initiation of Oral Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Significantly Reduces HIV Transmission: A Survey of Implications of the HPTN 052 Study Results on the...

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Stiggelbout, Bart

144 The Cytosolic Exonuclease TREX1 Digests HIV Reverse Transcripts to Avoid Triggering an Antiviral Interferon Response in T Cells and Macrophages.

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Stjernhom, G.

A10 The Potential Role of Antibodies to the C5 Domain of gp120 in Mitigating Generalized Immune Activation Associated With HIV-1 Infection.

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Sun, Lingling

E3 Inhibition of HIV Infection in Highly Susceptible Cells With Human [beta]-Defensins-Induction of APOBEC3G Via Chemokine Receptors.

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Sundberg, Eric J.

C2 The Dependence of HIV Control Upon MHC Helical Conformational Dynamics.

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Surendran, Naveen

D5 Impaired Gamma Delta T Cell Proliferation in the Presence of Certain Viral Envelopes Can Be Overcome by Addition of DC.

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Swanson, Michael D.

D4 Expression of Human Endogenous Retrovirus Type-K (HML-2) is Activated by the Tat Protein of HIV-1.

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