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1-Oct-2017Bone mineral density optimisation in adults with perinatally acquired HIV infection in routine care.Pasvol, TJ; Fyles, F; Foster, C; Fidler, S; Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust- BRC Funding
1-Feb-2018Cross-sectional study of CD4:CD8 ratio recovery in young adults with perinatally acquired HIV-1 infectionPollock, KM; Pintilie, H; Foster, C; Fidler, S; Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust- BRC Funding
23-Nov-2017Hospital-based routine HIV testing in high-income countries: a systematic literature reviewElgalib, A; Fidler, S; Sabapathy, K; National Institutes of Health
24-May-2017A phase 1 human immunodeficiency virus vaccine Trial for cross-profiling the kinetics of serum and mucosal antibody responses to CN54gp140 modulated by two homologous prime-boost vaccine regimensKratochvil, S; McKay, PF; Kopycinski, JT; Bishop, C; Hayes, PJ, et al
18-Dec-2017Predictors of timely linkage-to-ART within universal test and treat in the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial in Zambia and South Africa: findings from a nested case-control studySabapathy, K; Mubekapi-Musadaidzwa, C; Mulubwa, C; Schaap, A; Hoddinott, G, et al
19-Jan-2018A heterogeneous human immunodeficiency virus-like particle (VLP) formulation produced by a novel vector system.Pankrac, J; Klein, K; McKay, PF; King, DFL; Bain, K, et al
4-Sep-2017Retrospective review of routine clinical patient experiences with dolutegravir; virological suppression, immunological recovery and adverse eventsNegedu, O; Kim, S-H; Weston, R; Naous, N; Mackie, N, et al
1-Jul-2016Exhaustion of activated CD8 T cells predicts disease progression in primary HIV-1 infectionMartin, GE; Pantazis, N; Hoffmann, M; Hickling, S; Hurst, J, et al
25-Jul-2007Tracking virus-specific CD4+T Cells during and after acute hepatitis C virus infectionLucas, M; Ulsenheimer, A; Pfafferot, K; Heeg, MHJ; Gaudieri, S, et al
4-May-2018CD32-Expressing CD4 T Cells are phenotypically diverse and can contain proviral HIV DNAMartin, GE; Pace, M; Thornhill, JP; Phetsouphanh, C; Meyerowitz, J, et al