9th HIV transmission – presentations

Next-generation PrEP in macaque models
G. Garcia-Lerma
Feasibility of PrEP in Africa
L-G. Bekker
Expanding local HIV transmission networks highly contribute to spread of HIV in Utrecht, the Netherlands
M. Hofstra
Preclinical evaluation of TMC-278 LA, a long-acting formulation of rilpivirine, demonstrates significant protection from vaginal HIV infection
O. Snyder
CD4+ T cell costimulation through α4β7, the gut homing receptor, promotes viral replication
J. Arthos
The sequence of the a4ß7-binding motif on gp120 of transmitted/founder viruses contributes to the dependence on the integrin for HIV infection
S. Richardson
HSV-2 driven increase in a4ß7 correlates with increased susceptibility to shivsf162p3 infection ex vivo and in vivo
E. Martinelli
Overview of the intersection of HIV and Violence
N. Abrahams
Perspective from the field
M. Mak'anyengo
A biomedical approach
M. Ghosh
The NIH response
G. Brown
The role of the transmitted virus in initiating a pathogenic state
E. Hunter
Role of Intestinal Microbiota In Shaping the B Cell Repertoire in HIV Infection and Env Vaccination
L. Liao
Transmission of pre-adapted viruses determines the rate of CD4 decline in seroconvertors from Zambia
D. Monaco
No selection for Env with shorter variable loops in acute HIV-1 infection
M. Rolland
Increasing neutralization resistance over the course of the HIV-1 subtype C Southern African epidemic.
C. Rademeyer
Antigenic Heterogeneity of Clonal Envelopes: A Novel Immune Escape Mechanism
M. Roederer
Utilizing NHP models to understand mucosal HIV transmission and dissemination
J. Estes
 SIVsmE660 Envelope Variants from Breakthrough Infections Following DNA/MVA Vaccination of Rhesus Macaques are Susceptible to Neutralization
C. Derdeyn
HIV-1 of children with slow disease progression escapes autologous neutralization and triggers development of cross-neutralizing responses
G. Scarlatti
HIV-1 and HIV-2 superinfection - double trouble or beneficial interference?
J. Esbjörnsson
CTL escape in variable Gag proteins associated with more rapid disease progression
D. Chopera
The effect of HIV-1 superinfection on the humoral immune response
D. Sheward
Antibody inhibition of HIV-1 transmission from antigen-presenting cells to CD4 T lymphocytes involves immune cell activation
C. Moog
HIV-susceptible target cells in foreskins from medical male circumcision in South Africa: Markers of HIV risk?
A. Olivier
Transmitted HLA escape mutations lead to accelerated HIV-1 disease progression and largely define the relative contribution of HLA alleles to control
J. Carlson
Semen-mediated enhancement of HIV infection markedly impairs the antiviral efficacy of microbicides
N. Roan
HPTN 052 ends in 2015- WHAT HAPPENED NEXT
M. Cohen