Neutralizing antibody-independent containment of immunodeficiency virus challenges by DNA priming and recombinant pox virus booster immunizations.
Journal Article (Journal Article)
Eight different protocols were compared for their ability to raise protection against immunodeficiency virus challenges in rhesus macaques. The most promising containment of challenge infections was achieved by intradermal DNA priming followed by recombinant fowl pox virus booster immunizations. This containment did not require neutralizing antibody and was active for a series of challenges ending with a highly virulent virus with a primary isolate envelope heterologous to the immunizing strain.
- Robinson, HL; Montefiori, DC; Johnson, RP; Manson, KH; Kalish, ML; Lifson, JD; Rizvi, TA; Lu, S; Hu, SL; Mazzara, GP; Panicali, DL; Herndon, JG; Glickman, R; Candido, MA; Lydy, SL; Wyand, MS; McClure, HM
- May 1999
Volume / Issue
- 5 / 5
Start / End Page
- 526 - 534
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
- United States