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Both HCV Infection and Elevated Liver Stiffness Significantly Impacts on Several Parameters of T-Cells Homeostasis in HIV-Infected Patients.
Factors Leading to the Loss of Natural Elite Control of HIV-1 Infection.
Genetic variation in CCR2 and CXCL12 genes impacts on CD4 restoration in patients initiating cART with advanced immunesupression
HCV-coinfection is related to an increased HIV-1 reservoir size in cART-treated HIV patients: a cross-sectional study
High Plasma Levels of sTNF-R1 and CCL11 Are Related to CD4+ T-Cells Fall in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Elite Controllers With a Sustained Virologic Control
IL7RA rs6897932 Polymorphism is Associated with Better CD4+ T-Cell Recovery in HIV Infected Patients Starting Combination Antiretroviral Therapy
Liver Stiffness Hinders Normalization of Systemic Inflammation and Endothelial Activation after Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Eradication in HIV/HCV Coinfected Patients.
Mitochondrial haplogroup H is related to CD4+ T cell recovery in HIV infected patients starting combination antiretroviral therapy
Peripheral T follicular helper Cells Make a Difference in HIV Reservoir Size between Elite Controllers and Patients on Successful cART
Persistent HIV-controllers are more prone to spontaneously clear HCV: a retrospective cohort study.
Relationship of TRIM5 and TRIM22 polymorphisms with liver disease and HCV clearance after antiviral therapy in HIV/HCV coinfected patients