Virological and immunological effects of salvage therapy following treatment interruption and a shift in HIV-1 resistance genotype.

Abstract

The circulating human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) population of patients in whom many prior therapy regimens have failed often undergo a shift from a drug-resistant virus to a wild-type virus following interruption of treatment. This study analyses the virological and immunological effects of salvage therapy following treatment interruption and a… (More)

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