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HIV-1 vaccine development and self-assembling protein nanoparticles: an interview with Christopher Karch

Written by The Nanomed Zone

In this interview, Christopher Karch (Henry M. Jackson Foundation (HJF) at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, MD, USA) discusses research he was involved in concerning the design of a self-assembling protein nanoparticle displaying the V1V2 loop of the HIV-1 virus envelope protein. Read the full research article here >>> Please can you introduce yourself and give a short summary of your research career to date? My research background is in molecular biology, infectious disease biology and biophysics. I received my PhD from the University of Connecticut (CT, USA) in 2016 working on the development of the self-assembling protein...

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