Prolonged seroconversion in an elite controller of HIV-1 infection.

Author
Clerc, O · Cavassini, M · Böni, J · Schüpbach, J · Bürgisser, P
Published online 2009-10-01
Journal Journal of clinical virology : the official publication of the Pan American Society for Clinical Virology
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Abstract

HIV-1 diagnosis is usually based on the detection of specific antibodies, appearing in a time-determined pattern following the infection. We describe a prolonged HIV-1 seroconversion in an elite controller (defined as having HIV-1 RNA persistently <50copies/ml while untreated). HIV-1 diagnosis was delayed and complicated by this atypical evolution.

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Title
Prolonged seroconversion in an elite controller of HIV-1 infection.
Author
Clerc, O · Cavassini, M · Böni, J · Schüpbach, J · Bürgisser, P
Published online
2009-10-01
Published
2009-12
Year
2009
Journal
Journal of clinical virology : the official publication of the Pan American Society for Clinical Virology
Type*
Research Article
Language
eng
PMID
19800288
Keywords*
Hiv-1 · Infection

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