Cindy M. Duke, Ph.D.

2007 University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
HIV-1, influenza A virus
"Cindy Duke"
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Stephen Dewhurst grad student 2007 Rochester
 (Optimization of HIV-1 immunogen design and delivery parameters for use in a helper-free herpes simplex virus type 1 amplicon vectored HIV-1 vaccine candidate.)
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Duke CM, Maguire CA, Keefer MC, et al. (2007) HSV-1 amplicon vectors elicit polyfunctional T cell responses to HIV-1 Env, and strongly boost responses to an adenovirus prime. Vaccine. 25: 7410-21
Lankes HA, Zanghi CN, Santos K, et al. (2007) In vivo gene delivery and expression by bacteriophage lambda vectors. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 102: 1337-49
Santos K, Duke CM, Rodriguez-Colon SM, et al. (2007) Effect of promoter strength on protein expression and immunogenicity of an HSV-1 amplicon vector encoding HIV-1 Gag. Vaccine. 25: 1634-46
Santos K, Duke CM, Dewhurst S. (2006) Amplicons as vaccine vectors. Current Gene Therapy. 6: 383-92
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