Relationship of serum copper and zinc levels to HIV-1 seropositivity and progression to AIDS.

@article{Graham1991RelationshipOS,
  title={Relationship of serum copper and zinc levels to HIV-1 seropositivity and progression to AIDS.},
  author={Neil M Graham and D Sorensen and N J Odaka and Ronald S. Brookmeyer and Dennison Chan and Walter C Willett and Jeremy S. Morris and Alfred J. Saah},
  journal={Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes},
  year={1991},
  volume={4 10},
  pages={
          976-80
        }
}
Dietary, serum, and tissue levels of copper and zinc were determined at baseline in a cohort of homosexual men to investigate the relationship of these factors to human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) seropositivity and subsequent progression to AIDS. Using a nested case control design, 54 asymptomatic HIV-1 seropositives who later progressed to AIDS were compared with 54 HIV-1 seropositives who did not progress and 54 seronegatives (mean follow-up time 2.5 years). Serum levels of copper… CONTINUE READING

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