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2015
Garces F, Lee J H, de Val N, de la Peña ATorrents, Kong L, Puchades C, Hua Y, Stanfield RL, Burton DR, Moore JP et al..  2015.  Affinity Maturation of a Potent Family of HIV Antibodies Is Primarily Focused on Accommodating or Avoiding Glycans.. Immunity. 43(6):1053-63.
Schiffner T, de Val N, Russell RA, de Taeye SW, de la Peña ATorrents, Ozorowski G, Kim HJ, Nieusma T, Brod F, Cupo A et al..  2015.  Chemical Cross-Linking Stabilizes Native-Like HIV-1 Envelope Glycoprotein Trimer Antigens.. J Virol. 90(2):813-28.
Sharma SKumar, de Val N, Bale S, Guenaga J, Tran K, Feng Y, Dubrovskaya V, Ward AB, Wyatt RT.  2015.  Cleavage-Independent HIV-1 Env Trimers Engineered as Soluble Native Spike Mimetics for Vaccine Design.. Cell Rep.
Lee J H, de Val N, Lyumkis D, Ward AB.  2015.  Model Building and Refinement of a Natively Glycosylated HIV-1 Env Protein by High-Resolution Cryoelectron Microscopy.. Structure. 23(10):1943-51.
Pugach P, Ozorowski G, Cupo A, Ringe R, Yasmeen A, de Val N, Derking R, Kim HJ, Korzun J, Golabek M et al..  2015.  A Native-Like SOSIP.664 Trimer Based on an HIV-1 Subtype B env Gene.. J Virol. 89(6):3380-95.
Guenaga J, Dubrovskaya V, de Val N, Sharma SK, Carrette B, Ward AB, Wyatt RT.  2015.  Structure-guided redesign increases the propensity of HIV Env to generate highly stable soluble trimers.. J Virol.
Guenaga J, de Val N, Tran K, Feng Y, Satchwell K, Ward AB, Wyatt RT.  2015.  Well-ordered trimeric HIV-1 subtype B and C soluble spike mimetics generated by negative selection display native-like properties.. PLoS Pathog. 11(1):e1004570.