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A MAJORITY OF CLONALLY-EXPANDED T CELLS CONTAINING REPLICATION-COMPETENT HIV-1 PROVIRUSES ARE TRANSCRIPTIONALLY SILENT
Current antiretroviral therapy (ART) is highly effective at blocking HIV-1 replication but does not cure the infection due to the persistence of latently-infected cells that are able to undergo cellular proliferation (1). ...
Development Of A Flow Cytometry Assay To Study Monkeypox Virus Infection And Immune Response Regulation in Nonhuman Primates
Monkeypox virus (MPXV) is divided into two clades, Congo Basin and West African. Congo Basin MPXV infection is associated with severe symptoms and fatality of up to 10 percent in humans; whereas, West African MPXV infection ...