Holly M Kolenda-Roberts

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The global incidence of pediatric HIV infection is estimated at 2.3 million children, most acquiring the infection from their mothers in utero, peripartum, or postpartum. Pediatric HIV infection typically causes a rapidly progressive disease when compared with adult infection, due in part to the profound susceptibility of the neonatal thymus to productive(More)
Neonatal cats were infected with a wild type (JSY3) or orf-A defective (JSY3DeltaORF-A) feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) to determine the provirus load and level of viral gene expression at the acute versus chronic stages of infection. FIV DNA in the thymus, lymph node, peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) and lymphocyte subpopulations at week 8(More)
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