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A sweet cleft in HIV's armour

The structure of an antibody that potently neutralizes a wide range of HIV-1 strains, together with a minimal antigen mimic, is an advance towards the design of vaccines that may elicit protective responses. See Article p.336

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Figure 1: Zooming in on the PG9–HIV-1 interaction.

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Sattentau, Q. A sweet cleft in HIV's armour. Nature 480, 324–325 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1038/480324a

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