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Removal of N-linked glycosylation sites in the V1 region of simian immunodeficiency virus gp120 results in redirection of B-cell responses to V3.
Strain-specific neutralizing determinant in the transmembrane protein of simian immunodeficiency virus.
Conserved, N-linked carbohydrates of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 gp41 are largely dispensable for viral replication.
Glycosylation of gp41 of simian immunodeficiency virus shields epitopes that can be targets for neutralizing antibodies.
Modulation of HIV and SIV neutralization sensitivity by DC-SIGN and mannose-binding lectin.
Resistance of native, oligomeric envelope on simian immunodeficiency virus to digestion by glycosidases.
Identification of two N-linked glycosylation sites within the core of the simian immunodeficiency virus glycoprotein whose removal enhances sensitivity to soluble CD4.
Identification of replication-competent strains of simian immunodeficiency virus lacking multiple attachment sites for N-linked carbohydrates in variable regions 1 and 2 of the surface envelope protein.
Neutralizing capacity of monoclonal antibodies that recognize peptide sequences underlying the carbohydrates on gp41 of simian immunodeficiency virus.
N-glycosylation and the avoidance of humoral immunity
Functional Role of O-glycosylation of HIV-1
T-CELL LYMPHOTROPIC VIRUSES OF MACAQUES
Mapping the complete glycoproteome of virion-derived HIV-1 gp120 provides insights into broadly neutralizing antibody binding.
HEK293T cell lines defective for O-linked glycosylation.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Simian Immunodeficiency Virus Maintain High Levels of Infectivity in the Complete Absence of Mucin-Type O-Glycosylation.
A Highly Unusual V1 Region of Env in an Elite Controller of HIV Infection.