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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · July 25, 2019

Persistent HIV in Cerebrospinal Fluid Is Associated With Worse Cognitive Performance

The Journal of Clinical Investigation

 

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The Journal of Clinical Investigation
Persistent HIV-Infected Cells in Cerebrospinal Fluid Are Associated With Poorer Neurocognitive Performance
J. Clin. Invest. 2019 Jul 15;[EPub Ahead of Print], S Spudich, KR Robertson, RJ Bosch, RT Gandhi, JC Cyktor, H Mar, BJ Macatangay, CM Lalama, C Rinaldo, AC Collier, C Godfrey, JJ Eron, D McMahon, JL Jacobs, D Koontz, E Hogg, A Vecchio, JW Mellors

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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