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Current HIV Research

HIV and Viral Immune Diseases

Volume 19, 6 Issues, 2021
ISSN: 1873-4251 (Online)
ISSN: 1570-162X (Print)
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Current HIV Research, Volume 15 - Number 3

Review Article   Open Access

HIV Risk Behavior and Prevention Considerations Among Military Personnel in Three Caribbean Region Countries: Belize, Barbados, and the Dominican Republic

, 15(3): 154 - 160

Nakisa Asefnia*, Lisa Cowan and Rose Werth

DOI: 10.2174/1570162X15666170517121316

Review Article

The Importance of Military Conscripts for Surveillance of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Risk Behavior in Thailand

, 15(3): 161 - 169

Kenrad E. Nelson* and Ram Rangsin

DOI: 10.2174/1570162X15666170517122011

Review Article

Building a Successful Military-to-Military Partnership through Confronting HIV: The U.S-Nigeria Experience

, 15(3): 170 - 177

Darrell E. Singer*, Lindsay Hughes, Robbie Nelson , Colin M. Smith, Tahir O. Umar and Ogbonnaya S. Njoku

DOI: 10.2174/1570162X15666170517122459

Research Article

Analysis of Site Heterogeneity and HIV Outcomes Across Rural and Urban Study Sites in Phidisa II - A Multi-site Randomized Controlled Antiretroviral Treatment Trial in a South African Military Cohort

, 15(3): 178 - 187

John Steytler, Pamela A. Shaw, Alice K. Pau*, Paul Khabo, Gyan Joshi, Pieter Oelofse and for the Phidisa 2 Study Team

DOI: 10.2174/1570162X15666170517123910

Research Article

Short-Term Transfer of Knowledge Assessment in the Military International HIV Training Program (MIHTP)

, 15(3): 188 - 201

Michael Grillo*, Kelly Woodland, Gregory Talavera, Richard Shaffer and Stephanie Brodine

DOI: 10.2174/1570162X15666170517124621

Review Article   Open Access

Antibody Functional Assays as Measures of Fc Receptor-Mediated Immunity to HIV - New Technologies and their Impact on the HIV Vaccine Field

, 15(3): 202 - 215

Bruce D. Wines, Hugh Billings, Milla R. Mclean, Stephen J. Kent and P. Mark Hogarth*

DOI: 10.2174/1570162X15666170320112247

Research Article   Open Access

Research Article

CD4+ T-cell Count may not be a Useful Strategy to Monitor Antiretroviral Therapy Response in HTLV-1/HIV Co-infected Patients

, 15(3): 225 - 231

Alain Vandormael*, Filipe Rego, Siva Danaviah, Luiz Carlos Junior Alcantara, David R. Boulware and Tulio de Oliveira

DOI: 10.2174/1570162X15666170216114917


Yuntao Wu
National Center for Biodefense and Infectious Diseases
School of Systems Biology
George Mason University
Manassas, VA
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