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identifier: SDY1109
description:
We performed DENV-specific epitope screening studies in the general population of Managua. Peptides with the capacity to bind HLA DR molecules most common in the Nicaraguan population have been predicted and screened in an HLA matched fashion in blood donors from the Nicaraguan Red Cross previously exposed to dengue virus.
aggregation:
instance of dataset
availability:
available with registration
acknowledges:
NIH
isAbout:
To identify and define CD4 epitopes in the general Nicaraguan population.
subject species: Homo sapiens
study conditions: Other
study type: Observational
study category: Infection Response
assay type: ELISPOT
HLA Typing
time point:
subject race: White
subject gender: Unknown
subject age: 11-20
name:
Dengue virus-specific epitope screening
affiliations:
La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology
fullName:
Alessandro Sette
roles:
principal investigator
name:
CD4 Nicaragua Epitope ID
size:
128
output:
HLA Typing, ELISPOT
description:
We performed DENV-specific epitope screening studies in the general population of Managua. Peptides with the capacity to bind HLA DR molecules most common in the Nicaraguan population have been predicted and screened in an HLA matched fashion in blood donors from the Nicaraguan Red Cross previously exposed to dengue virus.
name:
ImmuneSpace
homePage: http://www.immunespace.org

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