15th CROI. Boston, USA
Publications and presentations related to the conference
HIV endocytosis after dendritic cell to T cell viral transfer leads to productive virus infection.
Contacts between HIV-producing T cells and primary CD4+ T cells may induce the uptake of HIV by target
cells that are endocytosed into trypsin-resistant compartments.We have now compared the mechanism
of virus transmission from T cell-to-T cell versus infected dendritic cells (DCs)-to-T cell. In...
Clotet-Codina, I., Bosch, B., Senserrich, J., Fernandez-Figueras, M. T., Pena, R., Ballana, E., Bofill, M., Clotet, B., and Este, J. A.See abstract
03/02/2008 - Differential Effect of Broadly Neutralizing anti-HIV-1 Antibodies on the Formation of Virological Synapses
M. Massanella, I. Puigdomenech, M. Fernandez, M. Bofill, B. Clotet, and J. Blanco
03/02/2008 - Impaired Replication Conferred by the N43D Gp41 Mutation Could Be Restored by Changes in the Gp120 Protein
C. Cabrera, S. Marfil, E. Garcia, L. Ruiz, M. Bofill, B. Clotet, and J. Blanco
03/02/2008 - Characterization of a Novel Mechanism of an Envelope Glycoprotein-independent HIV-1 Capture and Transmission Mediated by Mature Dendritic Cells
N. Izquierdo-Useros, I. Erkizia-Jauregi, J. Blanco, R. Wiley, E. Newton, J. Archer, S. Hatch, B. Clotet, J. Martinez-Picado, and R. Gummuluru
03/02/2008 - Cell-to-cell HIV Transmission Targets CD45RO+ CD4 T cells through LFA-1-dependent and -independent Mechanisms
I. Puigdomenech, M. Massanella, N. Izquierdo-Useros, M. Curriu, R. Ruiz-Hernandez, M. Bofill, J. Martinez-Picado, M. Juan, B. Clotet, and J. Blanco