Latest Neutralizing antibody Stories
New discoveries about the immune defenses of rare HIV patients who produce antibodies that prevent infection suggest a novel direction for designing new vaccines.
What if there was a vaccine that could be administered to everyone to stop the spread of HIV?
Monkeys repeatedly immunized with a particular form the HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein generated antibodies capable of neutralizing diverse strains of HIV-1.
Discovery to advance HIV vaccine design, antibody therapy for other diseases.
The findings advance the effort to develop an AIDS vaccine.
Scientists seeking to understand how to make an AIDS vaccine have found the cause of a major roadblock.
New discoveries about anti-HIV antibodies may bring researchers a step closer to creating an effective HIV vaccine.
A very close and detailed study of how the most robust antibodies work to block the HIV virus as it seeks entry into healthy cells has revealed a new direction for researchers hoping to design an effective vaccine.
Scientists working to develop a vaccine for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) report they have created the first antigen that induces protective antibodies capable of blocking infection of human cells by genetically-diverse strains of HIV.
A study of how HIV mutates in response to immune system pressure by Emory Vaccine Center researchers shows that the virus can take several escape routes, not one preferred route.