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Why is AIDS virus so special ?
Baltimore, D.; Fondation Marcel Merieux
Virology: AIDS Virus Traced to Chimp Subspecies
Viral Jujitsu Turning the AIDS virus against itself
Egan, M. E.
The use of antiretroviral agents against the AIDS virus
The structure and function of the envelope glycoprotein of the AIDS virus
Haseltine, W. A.
The presence of LP-BM5 MuLV (murine AIDS virus) inhibits lithium-induced apoptosis in infected stromal cells
Moller, A.; Mampuru, L. J.; Wachira, S. J. M. et al.
The genetic diversity of the Aids virus
The development of Vgamma2vdelta2 T cell responses during active AIDS virus/mycobacterial coinfection requires the control of viral replication and CD4 T cell competence
Shen, L.; Shen, Y.; Huang, D. et al.
The Reaction to the Aids Virus in Africa and the Response by the Community to the Aids Victims
Chongwe, R. M.
Synthesis of sulfated octadecyl ribo-oligosaccharides with potent anti-AIDS virus activity by ring-opening polymerization of a 1,4-anhydroribose derivative
Choi, Y.; Yoshida, T.; Mimura, T. et al.
Synthesis of Sulfated Polysaccharides and Oligosaccharide Derivatives with Potent Anti-AIDS Virus Activity
Uryu, T.; Katsuraya, K.; Yoshida, T.
Uryu, T.; Katsuraya, K.; Yoshida, T. et al.
Synthesis of Sulfated Deoxy-Ribofuranans Having Selective Anti-AIDS Virus Activity by Ring-Opening Copolymerization of 1,4-Anhydro Ribose Derivatives
Choi, Y. S.; Kang, B. W.; Lu, R. et al.
Synthesis of Sulfated Amino Polysaccharides by Ring-Opening Polymerization of 1,6-Anhydro-Sugar Derivatives and Their Anti-AIDS Virus Activity
Hattori, K.; Yoshida, T.; Uryu, T. et al.
Synthesis of Sulfated Alkyl Ribofuranan with Potent Anti-AIDS Virus Activity
Choi, Y. S.; Uryu, T.; Yoshida, T. et al.
Synthesis of Sulfated Alkyl Oligoribofuranosides Having Potent Anti-AIDS Virus Activity by Ring-Opening Polymerization of 1,4-Anhydro-ribose Derivative
Yoon Soung Choi; Uryu, T.; Yoshida, T. et al.
Synthesis of Sulfated Alkyl Malto-oligosaccharides with Potent Inhibitory Effects on AIDS Virus Infection
Katsuraya, K.; Shibuya, T.; Inazawa, K. et al.
Synthesis of Cellulose-Type Polyriboses and Their Branched Sulfates with Anti-AIDS Virus Activity by Selective Ring-Opening Copolymerization of 1,4-Anhydro-ï¿½-D-ribopyranose Derivatives
Yoshida, T.; Wu, C.; Song, L. et al.
Synthesis of Azidothymidine-Bound Sulfated Alkyl Oligosaccharides and Their Inhibitory Effects on AIDS Virus Infection In Vitro
Gao, Y.; Katsuraya, K.; Kaneko, Y. et al.
Synthesis and Sulfation of Curdlan-graft-PMMA Having Specific Affinity for AIDS Virus
Sawada, Y.; Yoshida, T.; Uryu, T. et al.
Synthesis and Anti-AIDS Virus Activity of Substituted Curdlan Sulfate
Gao, Y.; Katsuraya, K.; Uryu, T. et al.
Studies of Genetic Variation in the Aids Virus: Relevance to Disease Pathogenesis, Anti-viral Therapy, and Vaccine Development
Shaw, G. M.
Studies of Genetic Variation in the AIDS Virus: Relevance to Disease Pathogenesis, Anti-Viral Therapy, and Vaccine Development
Shaw, G. M.
Shaw, G. M.
Studies of Genetic Variation in the AIDS Virus: Relevance to Disease Pathogenesis Anti-Viral Therapy, and Vaccine Development
Structure of a dideoxynucleoside active against the HIV (AIDS) virus
Structure and conformation of 3â²-azido-3â²-deoxythymidine (AZT), an inhibitor of the HIV (AIDS) virus
Gabe, Eric; Prusoff, William; Giziewicz, Jerzy et al.
Structure and Anti-AIDS Virus Activity of Chinese Urushi Polysaccharide
Rong, L.; Yoshida, T.; Uryu, T. et al.
Sensing of the Antibody against AIDS Virus Protein gp 41 and the Influence of Serum Using Surface Plasmon Resonance
Uda, T.; Hifumi, E.; Kubota, N. et al.
Sensing of the Antibody Against AIDS Virus Protein gp41 and the Influence of Serum Using Surface Plasmon Resonance
Kubota, N.; Hifumi, E.; Uda, T.
Sensing of the Antibody Against AIDS Virus Core Protein p24 Using Surface Plasmon Resonance
Kubota, N.; Nishimura, T.; Hifumi, E. et al.
QSAR analysis of caffeoyl naphthalene sulfonamide derivatives as HIV-1 integrase inhibitors
Sahu, Kamlesh; Agrawal, Ram; Mourya, Vishnu et al.
Provocative Evidence About the Origins of the AIDS Virus: Natural or Man-made?
Horowitz, L.; American Academy of Environmental Medicine
Prediction and Testing of Antigenic Sites of the Aids Virus HTLV-III, Recognized by T-Lymphocytes for the Development of Possible Synthetic Vaccine
Berzofsky, J. A.
Passive immunization against oral AIDS virus transmission: An approach to prevent mother-to-infant HIV-1 transmission?
Hofmann-Lehmann, R.; Rasmussen, R. A.; Vlasak, J. et al.
Nonlinear Modeling of the AIDS Virus Genetic Sequence Evolution
Cocho, G.; Gelover-Santiago, A.; Martinez-Mekler, G. et al.
Mothers' Malaria Appears to Enhance Spread of AIDS Virus
Monkey business: insights into AIDS virus pathogenesis from studies in non-human primates
Lifson, J. D.
Molecular typing of major histocompatibility complex class I alleles in the Indian rhesus macaque which restrict SIV CD8 + T cell epitopes
Kaizu, Masahiko; Watkins, David; Rehrauer, William et al.
Modeling the AIDS Virus Genetic Evolution: From Nonlinear Dynamics to Molecular Machines
Cocho, G.; Martinez-Mekler, G.
Methadone induces CCR5 and promotes AIDS virus infection
Suzuki, S.; Carlos, M. P.; Chuang, L. F. et al.
Medicine: Caught in the Act - Researchers snap a 3-D close-up of the AIDS virus in action
Medical isotope development and supply opportunities in the 21st century
Troyer, G.; Schenter, R.
Mechanism of Cytotoxicity of the Aids Virus, HTLV-III/LAV
Mechanism of Cytotoxicity of the AIDS Virus, HTLV-III/LAV (Annual Report, March 31, 1989-June 30, 1990)
Mechanism of Cytotoxicity of the AIDS Virus, HTLV-III/LAV (Annual Report, March 31, 1988-March 30, 1989)
Mathematical and Numerical Analysis of Model Equations on Interactions of the HIV/AIDS Virus and the Immune System
Parumasur, N.; Willie, R.
Mathematical Model of the Spread of the AIDS Virus
Hyman, J. M.; Stanley, E. A.; Department of Energy, Washington, DC
Mass Spectrometric Analysis of the GPCR AIDS Virus Co-receptor, CXCR4
Liu, T.; Brewer, J.; Wilkinson, R. et al.
Living with the AIDS Virus: The Epidemic and the Response in India
Inventing the Aids Virus. By Peter Duesberg
Osborn, J. E.
Inventing the AIDS Virus by Peter H. Duesberg
Inventing the AIDS Virus by P H Duesberg
Influence of MHC Gene Products on Immune Control of AIDS Virus Infection: Consideration for Use in Nonhuman-Primate Resources
Friedrich, T. C.; Watkins, D. I.; Institute for Laboratory Animal Research
Induction of an AIDS Virus-Related Tuberculosis-Like Disease in Macaques: a Model of Simian Immunodeficiency Virus-Mycobacterium Coinfection
Shen, Y.; Zhou, D.; Chalifoux, L. et al.
Immunopathogenesis of acute AIDS virus infection
Picker, L. J.
Hitting the AIDS virus where it lives
HIV: the Black Woman's Burden. AIDS virus a top cause of death for ages 25 to 34
HIV/AIDS: Virus kept on a leash
Gottlinger, H. G.
HIV-2: the forgotten AIDS virus
de Silva, T. I.; Cotten, M.; Rowland-Jones, S. L.
Granulocyte contamination dramatically inhibits spot formation in AIDS virus-specific ELISpot assays: Analysis and strategies to ameliorate
De Rose, R.; Taylor, E. L.; Law, M. G. et al.
Fish oil suppressed cytokines and nuclear factor-kappaB induced by murine AIDS virus infection
Xi, S.; Cohen, D.; Barve, S. et al.
Fibrin versus polyethylene glycol sealant: an experimental study in rabbits
Hug, Urs; Mihic-Probst, Daniela; Cristina-Schmitz, Heidi et al.
FIGHTING HIV WITH HIV In its zeal to keep competing viruses out of a cell it controls, the AIDS virus may have exposed its own vulnerability
Rajan, T. V.
Expression and Biological Activity of Genetic Fusions between MalE, the Maltose Binding Protein from Escherichia coli and Portions of CD4, the T-Cell Receptor of the AIDS Virus
Clement, J.-M.; Jehanno, M.; Popescu, O. et al.
Distribution and three-dimensional structure of AIDS virus envelope spikes
Zhu, P.; Liu, J.; Bess, J. et al.
Discovery, Development, and Characterization of Agents Active Against the AIDS Virus
Pauwels, R.; De Bethune, M.-P.; Andries, K. et al.
Development of a Sensitive DNA Assay for the AIDS Virus, HTLV-III/LAV
Detection Of HIV p24 Antigen And Its Significance In Serum Of Patients Infected With The AIDS Virus
Decker, R. H.
Competitive reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction for quantifying murine AIDS virus
Desforges, B.; Hatin, I.; Akarid, K. et al.
Chasing the AIDS Virus
Lengauer, T.; Altmann, A.; Thielen, A. et al.
Antibody protection: passive immunization of neonates against oral AIDS virus challenge
Ruprecht, R. M.; Ferrantelli, F.; Kitabwalla, M. et al.
Anti-AIDS Virus Activities in vitro of Linear and Branched Curdlan Sulfates
Yoshida, T.; Yasuda, Y.; Uryu, T. et al.
Analysis of model equations on interactions between the immune system and the HIV/AIDS virus
Parumasur, N.; Willie, R.; WSEAS (Organization)
An animal model for understanding the immunogenetics of AIDS virus infection
Kiekhaefer, C. M.; Evans, D. T.; O Connor, D. H. et al.
AIDS: Virus- or Drug Induced? edited by Peter H. Duesberg
AIDS virus may feast on an unexpected meal
AIDS virus envelope spike structure
Roux, K. H.; Taylor, K. A.
AIDS virus as DNA shuttle
AIDS Virus: Genome Structure and Function
Bhatt, S. D.; Dhoundiyal, N. C.
AIDS Virus Jumped From Chimps
AIDS Drugs for Africa Most of the 35 million people infected with the AIDS virus live on the African continent, where drugs that can fight HIV are rare. Will the world let these people die?
A theoretical study predicts AIDS virus may have up to four unexpected new genes and that selenium may play an important role in delaying onset of symptoms in infected individuals
0235 The pattern of breast cancer among patients with the HIV/AIDS virus in Uganda - Kampala
Mbabazi, M.; Byaruhanga, A.; Byaruhanga, J.
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