C-C chemokines, pivotal in protection against HIV type 1 infection.

@article{Zagury1998CCCP,
  title={C-C chemokines, pivotal in protection against HIV type 1 infection.},
  author={Daniel Zagury and A. Lachgar and V. Chams and La{\"i}ty Fall and Jacky Bernard and Jean François Zagury and Bernard Bizzini and Alessandro Gringeri and Elena M Santagostino and Jay Rappaport and Michael S. Feldman and Stephen J. O'Brien and Ars{\`e}ne Burny and RobertC. Gallo},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1998},
  volume={95 7},
  pages={
          3857-61
        }
}
Exposure to HIV type 1 (HIV-1) does not usually lead to infection. Although this could be because of insufficient virus titer, there is now abundant evidence that some individuals resist infection even when directly exposed to a high titer of HIV. This protection recently has been correlated with homozygous mutations of an HIV-1 coreceptor, namely CCR5, the receptor for the beta-chemokines. Moreover, earlier results already had shown that the same chemokines markedly suppress the nonsyncitial… CONTINUE READING

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