Boundary-Breaking Evolution via B Lymphocyte Clonal Selection in Response to HIV-1

A central focus of recent research aimed at developing a vaccine for HIV-1 is the identification of potent broadly-neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs).  Due to work from several laboratories, many such antibodies have now been identified, produced in quantity as monoclonal antibodies, and characterized with respect to key properties such as epitope specificity, affinity for the corresponding … Continue reading Boundary-Breaking Evolution via B Lymphocyte Clonal Selection in Response to HIV-1