AIDS-related vasculopathy: evidence for oxidative and inflammatory pathways in murine and human AIDS.

@article{Baliga2005AIDSrelatedVE,
  title={AIDS-related vasculopathy: evidence for oxidative and inflammatory pathways in murine and human AIDS.},
  author={Reshma S. Baliga and Alysia A. Chaves and Liang Jing and Leona W. Ayers and John Anthony Bauer},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={289 4},
  pages={H1373-80}
}
Increased life expectancy of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive patients has led to evidence of complications apparently not directly related to immunodeficiency or opportunistic infection, including increased cardiovascular risk. We tested the hypothesis that vascular dysfunction occurs in the murine acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) model and evaluated potential mechanisms in murine AIDS tissues and relevant human HIV/AIDS vascular tissues. We also investigated endothelial… CONTINUE READING
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