Presence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus--1-- Specific CD4 and CD8 Cellular Immune Responses in Children with Full or Partial Virus Suppression

Pappasavas, Emmanouil; Sandberg, Johan K.; Rutstein, Richard; Moore, Elizabeth C.; Mackiewicz, Agnieszka; Thiel, Brian; Pistilli, Maxwell; June, Rayford R.; Jordan, Kimberly A.; Gross, Robert; Maino, Vernon C.; Nixon, Douglas F.; Montaner, Luis J.
September 2003
Journal of Infectious Diseases;9/15/2003, Vol. 188 Issue 6, p873
Academic Journal
Assesses the presence of human immunodeficiency virus-1-specific CD4 and CD8 cellular immune responses in children with full or partial virus suppression. Medical history of children with full or partial viral suppression and stable Cd4 T cell count; Level of anti-HIV CD8 T cell activity; Association of response levels with percentage of specific T cell subsets.


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