Following primary human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, HIV disease is characterized by a prolonged period, usually lasting several years, of clinical latency. During this period viremia is generally very low or undetectable, the number of infected cells (i.e. viral burden) in the blood are very low, and the levels of viral replication in these… (More)
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