Adoptive transfer of lymphocytes isolated from simian immunodeficiency virus SIVmac239δnef-vaccinated macaques does not affect acute-phase viral loads but may reduce chronic-phase viral loads in major histocompatibility complex-matched recipients

Justin M. Greene, Jennifer J. Lhost, Paul J. Hines, Matthew Scarlotta, Max Harris, Benjamin J. Burwitz, Melisa L. Budde, Dawn M. Dudley, Ngoc Pham, Brian Cain, Caitlin E. Mac Nair, Madelyn K. Weiker, Shelby L. O'Connor, Thomas C. Friedrich, David H. O'Connor

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