Decline of HIV antigen levels in cerebrospinal fluid during treatment with low-dose zidovudine.

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Six HIV-antigenaemic patients with AIDS or AIDS-related complex were studied to assess the effect of treatment with low-dose zidovudine (250 mg) in 6-hourly doses on HIV antigen (HIV-Ag) levels in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). HIV-Ag was detected in CSF of three patients before treatment. These patients became CSF HIV-Ag-negative within 8 weeks of treatment… (More)

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@article{Gans1988DeclineOH, title={Decline of HIV antigen levels in cerebrospinal fluid during treatment with low-dose zidovudine.}, author={Jan de Gans and J. F. M. Lange and Mayke M. A. Derix and Frits A. de Wolf and Jan Karel M Eeftinck Schattenkerk and Sven A. Danner and Bram W Ongerboer de Visser and Paul A Cload and Jaap Goudsmit}, journal={AIDS}, year={1988}, volume={2 1}, pages={37-40} }