Número 4 de la revista AIDS del 2012

Posted at — Tania Izquierdo — febrero 9th, 2012 — 2:12 PM under Destaques

Revista AIDSPublicada AIDS, volumen 26, número 4,  febrero 20 del 2012. Los usuarios de la red sld.cu tiene acceso al texto completo de esta publicación a través de Hinari. Algunos de sus titulares son:

mRNA-based dendritic cell vaccination induces potent antiviral T-cell responses in HIV-1-infected patients

HIV infection and risk of overdose: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Perinatal outcomes, mitochondrial toxicity and apoptosis in HIV-treated pregnant women and in-utero-exposed newborn

Altered dendritic cell–natural killer interaction in Kenyan sex workers resistant to HIV-1 infection

Periodic presumptive treatment of curable sexually transmitted infections among sex workers: a systematic review

Pharmacokinetics and short-term safety and tolerability of etravirine in treatment-experienced HIV-1-infected children and adolescents

Treatment of AIDS-related lymphomas: rituximab is beneficial even in severely immunosuppressed patients

Long-term complications in patients with poor immunological recovery despite virological successful HAART in Dutch ATHENA cohort

Body composition changes after switching from protease inhibitors to raltegravir: SPIRAL-LIP substudy

A randomized trial of a behavioral intervention for black MSM: the DiSH study

Less decrease in risk behaviour from pre-HIV to post-HIV seroconversion among MSM in the combination antiretroviral therapy era compared with the pre-combination antiretroviral therapy era

Hormonal contraception and the risk of HIV acquisition among women in South Africa

High HIV incidence among MSM prescribed postexposure prophylaxis, 2000–2009: indications for ongoing sexual risk behaviour

Contraceptive method and pregnancy incidence among women in HIV-1-serodiscordant partnerships

Treatment as prevention: some additional thoughts

Neurological manifestations of coinfection with HIV and human T-lymphotropic virus type 1

Anogenital pseudotumoral herpes and HIV infection: a new challenge for diagnosis and treatment

Rare LEDGF/p75 genetic variants in white long-term nonprogressor HIV+ individuals

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