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    1. Keiser, P; Nassar, N; Kvanli, MB; Turner, D; Smith, JW; Skiest, D
      Long-term impact of highly active antiretroviral therapy on HIV-related health care costs

      JOURNAL OF ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROMES
    2. Flepp, M; Schiffer, V; Weber, R; Hirschel, B
      Modern anti-HIV therapy

      SWISS MEDICAL WEEKLY
    3. White, AJ
      Mitochondrial toxicity and HIV therapy

      SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
    4. Regazzi, MB; Seminari, E; Villani, P; Carriero, PL; Montagna, M; Marubbi, F; Maserati, R
      Nelfinavir suspension obtained from nelfinavir tablets has equivalent pharmacokinetic profile

      JOURNAL OF CHEMOTHERAPY
    5. Kemppainen, JK; Levine, RE; Mistal, M; Schmidgall, D
      HAART adherence in culturally diverse patients with HIV/AIDS: A study of male patients from a Veteran's Administration Hospital in northern California

      AIDS PATIENT CARE AND STDS
    6. Rogers, AS; Miller, S; Murphy, DA; Tanney, M; Fortune, T
      The TREAT (Therapeutic Regimens Enhancing Adherence in Teens) Program: Theory and preliminary results

      JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH
    7. Arici, C; Tebaldi, A; Quinzan, GP; Maggiolo, F; Ripamonti, D; Suter, F
      Severe lactic acidosis and thiamine administration in an HIV-infected patient on HAART

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STD & AIDS
    8. Knox, S; Van de Ven, P; Prestage, G; Crawford, J; Grulich, A; Kippax, S
      Increasing realism among gay men in Sydney about HIV treatments: changes in attitudes over time

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STD & AIDS
    9. Kim, ST; Kim, CW; Lee, YS; Park, JS
      Characterization of Cre-loxP interaction in the major groove: Hint for structural distortion of mutant Cre and possible strategy for HIV-1 therapy

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    10. Barditch-Crovo, P; Deeks, SG; Collier, A; Safrin, S; Coakley, DF; Miller, M; Kearney, BP; Coleman, RL; Lamy, PD; Kahn, JO; McGowan, I; Lietman, PS
      Phase I/II trial of the pharmacokinetics, safety, and antiretroviral activity of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate in human immunodeficiency virus-infected adults

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    11. Msellati, P; Hingst, G; Kaba, F; Viho, I; Welffens-Ekra, C; Dabis, F
      Operational issues in preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1 in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, 1998-99

      BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
    12. Hudson, CP
      Community-based trials of sexually transmitted disease treatment: repercussions for epidemiology and HIV prevention

      BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
    13. Ho, RJY; Larsen, K; Bui, T; Wang, XY; Herz, AM; Sherbert, C; Finn, E; Nosbisch, C; Schmidt, A; Anderson, D; Agy, M; Morton, WR; Unadkat, JD
      Suppression of maternal virus load with zidovudine, didanosine, and indinavir combination therapy prevents mother-to-fetus HIV transmission in macaques

      JOURNAL OF ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROMES
    14. Bai, JR; Gorantla, S; Banda, N; Cagnon, L; Rossi, J; Akkina, R
      Characterization of anti-CCR5 ribozyme-transduced CD34(+) hematopoietic progenitor cells in vitro and in a SCID-hu mouse model in vivo

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    15. Mastroianni, CM; Lichtner, M; Mengoni, F; D'Agostino, C; d'Ettorre, G; Forcina, G; Santopadre, P; Massetti, AP; Vullo, V
      Changes in circulating levels of soluble cell adhesion molecules followinghighly active antiretroviral treatment of HIV-1-infected patients

      CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    16. Whitely, W; Tariq, A; Peters, B; Kocjan, G; Miller, RF; Kocjan, G
      Pyrexia of undetermined origin in the era of HAART - (1) - Disseminated cryptococcosis - (2) - Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome with atypical mycobacteriosis causing lymphadenitis.

      SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
    17. Blanche, P; Gombert, B; Rollot, F; Salmon, D; Sicard, D
      Sarcoidosis in a patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome treated with interleukin-2

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    18. Cheng, VCC; Yuen, KY; Chan, WM; Wong, SSY; Ma, ESK; Chan, RMT
      Immunorestitution disease involving the innate and adaptive response

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    19. Naitou, H; Mimaya, J; Horikoshi, Y; Morita, T
      Quantification of a very low level of serum human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) RNA using competitive PCR at intervals and the clinical course

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    20. Lee, Y; Kim, S; Kim, G; Lee, M; Park, J
      An engineered lox sequence containing part of a long terminal repeat of HIV-1 permits Cre recombinase-mediated DNA excision

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    21. De Clercq, E
      Current lead natural products for the chemotherapy of human immunodefiencyvirus (HIV) infection

      MEDICINAL RESEARCH REVIEWS
    22. Demoly, P; Bousquet, J; Godard, P; Michel, FB
      Drug allergic reactions: antibiotics and anti-HIV drugs

      BULLETIN DE L ACADEMIE NATIONALE DE MEDECINE
    23. Le Cleach, L; Chosidow, O
      Update on adverse drug reactions in the skin

      JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGICAL TREATMENT
    24. Cassoux, N; Bodaghi, B; Katlama, C; LeHoang, P
      CMV retinitis in the era of HAART

      OCULAR IMMUNOLOGY AND INFLAMMATION
    25. Aukrust, P; Muller, F
      Glutathione redox disturbances in human immunodeficiency virus infection: Immunologic and therapeutic consequences

      NUTRITION
    26. Manfredi, R; Pieri, F; Pileri, SA; Chiodo, F
      The changing face of AIDS-related opportunism: Cryptococcosis in the highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) era. Case reports and literature review

      MYCOPATHOLOGIA
    27. Mastroianni, CM; Lichtner, M; Mengoni, F; D'Agostino, C; Forcina, G; d'Ettorre, G; Santopadre, P; Vullo, V
      Improvement in neutrophil and monocyte function during highly active antiretroviral treatment of HIV-1-infected patients

      AIDS
    28. Neumann, AU; Tubiana, R; Calvez, V; Robert, C; Li, TS; Agut, H; Autran, B; Katlama, C
      HIV-1 rebound during interruption of highly active antiretroviral therapy has no deleterious effect on reinitiated treatment

      AIDS
    29. Schramm, C; Wanitschke, R; Galle, PR
      Thiamine for the treatment of nucleoside analogue-induced severe lactic acidosis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
    30. Berer, M
      Reducing perinatal HIV transmission in developing countries through antenatal and delivery care, and breastfeeding: supporting infant survival by supporting women's survival

      BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
    31. Swart, PJ; Beljaars, L; Kuipers, ME; Smit, C; Nieuwenhuis, P; Meijer, DKF
      Homing of negatively charged albumins to the lymphatic system - General implications for drug targeting to peripheral tissues and viral reservoirs

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    32. VANOIJEN MGCT; PREIJERS FWMB
      RATIONALE FOR THE USE OF IMMUNOTOXINS IN THE TREATMENT OF HIV-INFECTED HUMANS

      Journal of drug targeting.
    33. CARTER DD
      USING ATTITUDE SURVEYS IN MEDICAL-ETHICS RESEARCH AND TEACHING - THE EXAMPLE OF UNDERGRADUATE WILLINGNESS TO TREAT HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS

      Medical education
    34. MOLLA A; GRANNEMAN GR; SUN E; KEMPF DJ
      RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN HIV PROTEASE INHIBITOR THERAPY

      Antiviral research
    35. GRADY C; ANDERSON R; CHASE GA
      FATIGUE IN HIV-INFECTED MEN RECEIVING INVESTIGATIONAL INTERLEUKIN-2

      Nursing research
    36. SZEKERES T; FRITZERSZEKERES M; ELFORD HL
      THE ENZYME RIBONUCLEOTIDE REDUCTASE - TARGET FOR ANTITUMOR AND ANTI-HIV THERAPY

      Critical reviews in clinical laboratory sciences
    37. BONA R; DALOJA P; OLIVETTA E; MODESTI A; MODICA A; GERACI A; FERRARI G; VERANI P; FEDERICO M
      ABERRANT, NONINFECTIOUS HIV-1 PARTICLES ARE RELEASED BY CHRONICALLY INFECTED HUMAN T-CELLS TRANSDUCED WITH A RETROVIRAL VECTOR EXPRESSING AN INTERFERING HIV-1 VARIANT

      Gene therapy
    38. VONDERHELM K
      RETROVIRAL PROTEASES - STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND INHIBITION FROM A NON-ANTICIPATED VIRAL ENZYME TO THE TARGET OF A MOST PROMISING HIV THERAPY

      Biological chemistry
    39. HAIGWOOD NL; WATSON A; SUTTON WF; MCCLURE J; LEWIS A; RANCHALIS J; TRAVIS B; VOSS G; LETVIN NL; HU SL; HIRSCH VM; JOHNSON PR
      PASSIVE IMMUNE GLOBULIN THERAPY IN THE SIV MACAQUE MODEL - EARLY INTERVENTION CAN ALTER DISEASE PROFILE/

      Immunology letters
    40. MCINTOSH EM; HAYNES RH
      HIV AND HUMAN ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRUSES - AN HYPOTHESIS WITH THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS

      Acta Biochimica Polonica
    41. FROTTIER J; KATLAMA C
      THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES FOR HIV-INFECTION, ITS LIMITATIONS AND COMPLICATIONS

      Bulletin de l'Academie nationale de medecine
    42. CAGNON L; CUCCHIARINI M; LEFEBVRE JC; DOGLIO A
      PROTECTION OF A T-CELL LINE FROM HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS REPLICATION BY THE STABLE EXPRESSION OF A SHORT ANTISENSE RNA SEQUENCE CARRIED BY A SHUTTLE RNA MOLECULE

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    43. HOLLINGER FB; MOUNEIMNE Y; LAHART C; TOSI PF; DIMITROV D; NICOLAU C
      LIFE-SPAN OF CIRCULATING MEMBRANE CD4 INSERTED INTO THE PLASMA-MEMBRANES OF AUTOLOGOUS RED-BLOOD-CELLS OF HIV-INFECTED SUBJECTS

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    44. HUSSON RN; MUELLER BU; FARLEY M; WOODS L; KOVACS A; GOLDSMITH JC; ONO J; LEWIS LL; BALIS FM; BROUWERS P; AVRAMIS VI; CHURCH JA; BUTLER KM; RASHEED S; JAROSINSKI P; VENZON D; PIZZO PA
      ZIDOVUDINE AND DIDANOSINE COMBINATION THERAPY IN CHILDREN WITH HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS INFECTION

      Pediatrics
    45. SALZBERGER B; SCHRAPPE M; DIEHL V
      ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY IN ADULT HIV-INFEC TED PATIENTS

      Der Internist
    46. WILLER A; HEINZMANN U; MELLERT W; KLEINSCHMIDT A; GOEBEL FD; ERFLE V
      REDUCTION OF HIV-1 ANTIGEN PRODUCTION BY PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE CONTAINING FORMULATIONS VIA GROWTH-INHIBITION OF HIV-1-INFECTED CELLS

      Research in experimental medicine


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