Risk associated HIV-1 cross-clade resistance of whole peripheral blood mononuclear cells from exposed uninfected individuals with wild-type CCR5.

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Highly HIV exposed, persistently uninfected individuals (EUs) may hold clues to the generation of effective vaccine induced acquired immunity against HIV, and considerable effort has been devoted to detecting and characterizing HIV specific immune responses in EU cohorts. When searching for such clues, it is important to exclude individuals with genetically… (More)

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@article{John2004RiskAH, title={Risk associated HIV-1 cross-clade resistance of whole peripheral blood mononuclear cells from exposed uninfected individuals with wild-type CCR5.}, author={Rohan John and Silvio Arango-Jaramillo and Gnanadurai J Finny and David H. Schwartz}, journal={Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes}, year={2004}, volume={35 1}, pages={1-8} }