Interventions to prevent vertical transmission of HIV-1: effect on viral detection rate in early infant samples.

@article{Dunn2000InterventionsTP,
  title={Interventions to prevent vertical transmission of HIV-1: effect on viral detection rate in early infant samples.},
  author={David T Dunn and Robert J Simonds and Marc Bulterys and Leslie A. Kalish and Jack Moye and Andrea de Maria and Christian Kind and Christoph Rudin and Eric Denamur and Anne Krivine and Clive Loveday and Marie-Louise Newell},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2000},
  volume={14 10},
  pages={1421-8}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether mode of delivery or the use of maternal or neonatal antiretroviral prophylaxis influence the age when HIV-1 can first be detected in infected infants, particularly the probability of detection at birth. METHODS In a collaboration between four multicentre studies, data on 422 HIV-1 infected infants who were assessed by HIV-1 DNA PCR or cell culture before 14 days of age were analysed. Weibull mixture models were used to estimate the cumulative proportion of… CONTINUE READING

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