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Viral reservoirs, latency and mechanisms of HIV persistence

Author: Robert F Siliciano
Publisher: London : Henry Stewart Talks, 2007.
Series: Henry Stewart talks., Biomedical & life sciences collection., Retroviruses : biology, pathogenic mechanisms and treatment.
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Audio-visual presentation : Viral dynamics in patients on antiretroviral drugs ; CD4+ T-cells ; Response of resting T-cells to AG ; Establishment and maintenance of a latent reservoir ; Dynamics of the latent pool ; HIV evolution ; HAART ; Residual viremia and blips on patients on HAART ; The nature of blips ; Blips do not represent clinically significant elevations in viremia ; Characteristics of the PPC ; The  Read more...
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Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert F Siliciano
OCLC Number: 310381886
Notes: Title from title frames.
Animated audio-visual presentation with synchronized narration.
Description: 1 streaming video file (42 min.) : digital, mono, SWF file, sound, color.
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Contents: Viral dynamics in patients on antiretroviral drugs --
CD4+ T-cells --
Response of resting T-cells to AG --
Establishment and maintenance of a latent reservoir --
Dynamics of the latent pool --
HIV evolution --
HAART --
Residual viremia and blips on patients on HAART --
The nature of blips --
Blips do not represent clinically significant elevations in viremia --
Characteristics of the PPC --
The latent reservoir is not replenished by ongoing viral replication in patients on HAART.
Series Title: Henry Stewart talks., Biomedical & life sciences collection., Retroviruses : biology, pathogenic mechanisms and treatment.
Responsibility: Robert F. Siliciano.
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Audio-visual presentation : Viral dynamics in patients on antiretroviral drugs ; CD4+ T-cells ; Response of resting T-cells to AG ; Establishment and maintenance of a latent reservoir ; Dynamics of the latent pool ; HIV evolution ; HAART ; Residual viremia and blips on patients on HAART ; The nature of blips ; Blips do not represent clinically significant elevations in viremia ; Characteristics of the PPC ; The latent reservoir is not replenished by ongoing viral replication in patients on HAART.

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