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The potential of the human immune system to develop broadly neutralizing HIV-1 antibodies: implications for vaccine developmentZhang, Y; Yuan, T; Li, J; Zhang, Y; Xu, J; Shao, Y; Chen, Z; Zhang, M201366
 
HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein variable loops are indispensable for envelope structural integrity and virus entryYuan, T; Li, J; Zhang, M201342
 
Identification and characterization of a cross-reactive HIV-1-neutralizing human monoclonal antibody that binds to both gp120 and gp41Zhang, M; Yuan, T; Li, J; Borges, AR; Watkins, JD; Guenaga, J; Yang, Z; Wang, Y; Wilson, R; Li, Y; Polonis, VR; Pincus, SH; Ruprecht, RM; Dimitrov, DS201266
 
Identification and characterization of a broadly cross-reactive HIV-1 human monoclonal antibody that binds to both gp120 and gp41Zhang, M; Yuan, T; Li, J; Borges, AR; Watkins, JD; Guenaga, J; Yang, Z; Wang, Y; Wilson, R; Li, Y; Polonis, VR; Pincus, SH; Ruprecht, RM; Dimitrov, DS2012122
 
A single mutation turns a non-binding germline-like predecessor of broadly neutralizing antibody into a binding antibody to HIV-1 envelope glycoproteinsYuan, T; Li, J; Zhang, MY2011141
 
Putative rhesus macaque germline predecessors of human broadly HIV-neutralizing antibodies: Differences from the human counterparts and implications for HIV-1 vaccine developmentYuan, T; Li, J; Zhang, Y; Wang, Y; Streaker, E; Dimitrov, DS; Zhang, MY2011299
 
Olfactory tract transection enhances adult neurogenesis in piriform cortexYuan, T; Liang, Y; Tay, DKC; So, KF; Ellis-Behnke, RG200973
 
Traditional Chinese medicine in treatments to depressionYuan, T200979
 
Einstein's brain: Gliogenesis in autism?Yuan, T200963
 
A broken BDNF hypothesisYuan, T200861
 
Olfactory ensheathing cells transplantation for spinal cord injury treatment: Still a long way to goYuan, T200864
 
Control mood by modulation of brain temperatures: A hypothesis is not a hypothesis without further investigationsYuan, T200868
 
Hippocampus atrophy as the drug target requires rethinkingYuan, T200859
 
RNAi is less likely to be involved in the functions of venomYuan, T200867
 
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