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Holes in the glycan shield of the native HIV envelope are a target of trimer-elicited neutralizing antibodies

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    • McCoy, Laura E., van Gils, Marit J., Ozorowski, Gabriel, Messmer, Terrence, Briney, Bryan, Voss, James E., Kulp, Daniel W., Macauley, Matthew S., Sok, Devin, Pauthner, Matthias, Cottrell, Christoph A., Torres, Jonathan L., Hsueh, Jessica, Schief, William R., Wilson, Ian A., Ward, Andrew B., Sanders, Rogier W., Burton, Dennis R., & Menis, Sergey. (2016). Holes in the glycan shield of the native HIV envelope are a target of trimer-elicited neutralizing antibodies. Cell reports, 16(9), 2327-2338. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2016.07.074
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    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2016.07.074