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Towards Understanding Tenofovir Disposition: MALDI-Imaging and Pharmacogenetics
(Johns Hopkins University, 2016-12-16)
The emergence of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, applying antiretroviral drugs toward prevention of infection by human immunodeficiency virus in uninfected individuals, reveals a promising avenue toward decreasing the number ...
THE IMPACT OF NUTRITIONAL AND INFLAMMATORY BIOMARKER LEVELS ON CD4 RECOVERY TO 96 WEEKS IN A TREATMENT-NAÏVE HIV-POSITIVE COHORT
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-04-24)
Background As antiretroviral therapy (ART) becomes more widespread globally, it is important to investigate factors which have an effect on HIV progression in order to determine the best intervention for individual patients. ...
HIV-1 Viral Infectivity Factor Recruitment of Cellular Protein Complexes to Counter Host Antiviral Response
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-02-26)
Human cytidine deaminase apolipoprotein B mRNA-editing, enzyme-catalytic, polypeptide-like 3 (APOBEC3) proteins (e.g. APOBEC3G) provide a potent host defense against HIV, in the absence of viral infectivity factor (Vif). ...
TARGETED HIV AND STI SCREENING STRATEGIES AMONGST MSM IN BALTIMORE, AND THE IMPACT ON THE HIV EPIDEMIC: Using Agent Based Models to Study STI- HIV Co-infection Dynamics
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-04-17)
Co-infection of men who have sex with men who have sex with men (MSM) with HIV and and Neisseria gonorrhoeae/Chlamydia trachomatis (NG/CT) remains a significant public health problem in the United States due to co-infection ...
CHANGES IN ADHERENCE AND PROGRAM RETENTION AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS AMONG HIV-INFECTED WOMEN RECEIVING OPTION B+ FOR PREVENTING MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV IN KAMPALA, UGANDA: A MIXED METHODS APPROACH
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-05-15)
Background: Mother-to-child transmission of HIV continues to be the leading cause of pediatric HIV infections. Prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) care and treatment strategies have been shown to drastically ...