Combined single-clade candidate HIV-1 vaccines induce T cell responses limited by multiple forms of in vivo immune interference.
We assessed in mice whether broad CD8+ T cell responses capable of efficient recognition of multiple HIV-1 clades could be induced using current single-clade vaccine constructs that were or will be used in clinical trials in Europe and Africa. We found that single-clade A, B and C vaccines applied alone induced only limited cross-clade reactivity and that the epitope hierarchy varied according to the immunizing clade. However, combining single-clade HIV-1 vaccines into multi-clade formulation...Expand abstract
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