The effect of exercise on lymphocyte redistribution and leucocyte function in asymptomatic HIV-infected subjects.


This study was undertaken to examine the responsiveness of circulating leucocyte and lymphocyte populations to the physiological demands of exercise in asymptomatic HIV-infected subjects with CD4+ counts greater than 500/microliter. Thirteen subjects infected with HIV and 14 control subjects underwent 20 min of defined moderate exercise at estimated 65% of… (More)


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