HIV-1 reservoirs in breast milk and challenges to elimination of breast-feeding transmission of HIV-1.
Multicytokine detection improves latent tuberculosis diagnosis in health care workers.
Current trends in negative immuno-synergy between two sexually transmitted infectious viruses: HIV-1 and HSV-1/2.
Human milk-derived B cells: a highly activated switched memory cell population primed to secrete antibodies.
Functional Epstein-Barr virus reservoir in plasma cells derived from infected peripheral blood memory B cells.
Impact of hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotypes on quantification of HCV RNA in serum by COBAS AmpliPrep/COBAS TaqMan HCV test, Abbott HCV realtime assay [corrected] and VERSANT HCV RNA assay.
Unintegrated HIV-1 provides an inducible and functional reservoir in untreated and highly active antiretroviral therapy-treated patients.
B-cell polyclonal activation and Epstein-Barr viral abortive lytic cycle are two key features in acute infectious mononucleosis
CD4+ T cells spontaneously producing human immunodeficiency virus type I in breast milk from women with or without antiretroviral drugs
Close association of CD8+/CD38brightwith HIV-1 replication and complex relationship with CD4+T-cell count
Comparison of Serum HBsAg Quantitation by Four Immunoassays, and Relationships of HBsAg Level with HBV Replication and HBV Genotypes
Detection of memory B lymphocytes specific to hepatitis B virus (HBV) surface antigen (HBsAg) from HBsAg-vaccinated or HBV-immunized subjects by ELISPOT assay
Dried blood spot for hepatitis C virus serology and molecular testing
Human Immunodeficiency Virus-specific B cells in human breast milk
Inactivation of cell associated-HIV-1 in breast milk by treatment with the alkyl sulfate microbicide sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS)
Increased T-Cell Activation and Th1 Cytokine Concentrations Prior to the Diagnosis of B-Cell Lymphoma in HIV Infected Patients
Isolation and characterization of HIV-1-infected resting CD4+ T lymphocytes in breast milk
Mycobacterium tuberculosis Lipolytic Enzymes as Potential Biomarkers for the Diagnosis of Active Tuberculosis
The intensity of immune activation is linked to the level of CCR5 expression in human immunodeficiency virus type 1-infected persons
The long way toward understanding host and viral determinants of therapeutic success in HCV infection
The potential impact of CD4+ T cell activation and enhanced Th1/Th2 cytokine ratio on HIV-1 secretion in the lungs of individuals with advanced AIDS and active pulmonary infection
Unintegrated HIV-1 provides an inducible and functional reservoir in untreated and highly active antiretroviral therapy-treated patients