Absence of reproducibly detectable low-level HIV viremia in highly exposed seronegative men and women.

@article{Delwart2011AbsenceOR,
  title={Absence of reproducibly detectable low-level HIV viremia in highly exposed seronegative men and women.},
  author={Eric L Delwart and Flavien J Bernardin and Tzong-Hae Lee and Valerie Winkelman and Chenglong Liu and Haynes Sheppard and Albert Liu and Ruth M. Greenblatt and Katryn Anastos and Jack Dehovitz and Marek Nowicki and Mardge Cohen and Elizabeth T. Golub and Jason Barbour and Susan P Buchbinder and Michael P. Busch},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 5},
  pages={619-23}
}
OBJECTIVE Transient HIV infections have been invoked to account for the cellular immune responses detected in highly virus-exposed individuals who have remained HIV-seronegative. We tested for very low levels of HIV RNA in 524 seronegative plasma samples from 311 highly exposed women and men from three longitudinal HIV cohorts. DESIGN Two thousand and… CONTINUE READING