Cellular Aspects of HIV Infection by George A. , Ed. Miller

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HIV-1 entry inhibitors in the side pocket. Cell 99: 243±246. 12 HIV and Virus-Host Interplay Temin HM. 1993. Retrovirus variation and reverse transcription: abnormal strand transfers results in retrovirus genetic variation. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 280: 1949±1953. Torre VS, Marozsan AJ, Albright JL, Collins KR, Hartley O, O¨ord RE, Quinones-Mateu ME, Arts EJ. 2000. Variable sensitivity of CCR5-tropic human immunode®ciency virus type 1 isolates to inhibition by RANTES analogs. J Virol 74: 4868±4876.

Biochemistry 38: 9405±9416. Cellular Aspects of HIV Infection. Edited by Andrea Cossarizza, David Kaplan Copyright  2002 by Wiley-Liss, Inc. ISBNs 0-471-38666-9 (Hardback); 0-471-22393-X (Electronic) 2 Telomere Length, CD28À T Cells, and HIV Disease Pathogenesis Rita B. , 1994). , 1996). One of the intriguing alterations in the peripheral T-cell pool of individuals infected with HIV is the progressive accumulation within the CD8 T-cell subset of a population of cells that lack expression of the CD28 costimulatory molecule.

Berkhout B, van Hemert, FJ. 1994. The unusual nucleotide content of the HIV RNA genome results in a biased amino acid composition of HIV proteins. Nucleic Acid Res 9: 1705±1711. Dougherty JP, Temin HM. 1988. Determination of the rate of base-pair substitution and insertion mutations in retrovirus replication. J Virol 62: 2817±2822. Furtado MR, Kingsley LA, Wolinsky SM. 1995. Changes in the viral mRNA expression pattern correlate with a rapid rate of CD4‡ T cell number decline in human immunode®ciency virus type 1-infected individuals.

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