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Quantifying the turnover of transcriptional subclasses of HIV-1-infected cells

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Nov 20, 2013

Christian Lorenz AlthausHuldrych F. Gunthard

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Background: HIV-1-infected cells in peripheral blood can be grouped into different transcriptional subclasses. Quantifying the turnover of these cellular subclasses can provide important insights into the viral life cycle and the generation and maintenance of latently infected cells. Re...read more

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Polymerase Chain Reaction
Plasma
Study
Peripheral Blood
Evaluation
Human immunodeficiency virus 1 RNA
Genes, Viral
RNA
Extracellular
Disease Eradication
2
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  • Quantifying the turnover of transcriptional subclasses of HIV-1-infected cells

    bioRxiv

    Nov 20, 2013

    Christian Lorenz AlthausHuldrych F. Gunthard

    PMID: 990000778

    DOI: 10.1101/000778

    Abstract

    Background: HIV-1-infected cells in peripheral blood can be grouped into different transcriptional subclasses. Quantifying the turnover of these cellular subclasses can provide important insights into the viral life cycle and the generation and maintenance of latently infected cells. Re...read more

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    Polymerase Chain Reaction
    Plasma
    Study
    Peripheral Blood
    Evaluation
    2

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