HIV Immunology Goes Out On a Limb

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Abstract

Vaccines against HIV most likely need to elicit broadly neutralizing antibodies. In this issue ofImmunity, Poignard and colleagues describe the co-evolution of a broadly neutralizing antibody and the virus that triggered it, providing a template for HIV vaccine design.

Vaccines against HIV most likely need to elicit broadly neutralizing antibodies. In this issue of Immunity, Poignard and colleagues describe the co-evolution of a broadly neutralizing antibody and the virus that triggered it, providing a template for HIV vaccine design.

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