Transcriptional profiling in pathogenic and non-pathogenic SIV infections reveals significant distinctions in kinetics and tissue compartmentalization.
PLoS Pathog. 2009 Feb; 5(2):e1000296
Lederer S, Favre D, Walters KA, Proll S, ..., Baskin CR, Palermo R, McCune JM, Katze MG. Lederer S, Favre D, Walters KA, Proll S, Kanwar B, Kasakow Z, Baskin CR, Palermo R, McCune JM, Katze MG. PLoS Pathog. 2009 Feb; 5(2):e1000296
The present study, as well as other recent transcriptome studies in HIV and SIV infection, are underscoring a possible role of a chronic dysregulated interferon response in HIV/SIV pathogenesis.
This study searched differences in the transcriptional profile between SIV infection in the African green monkey (natural host, non-pathogenic infection)...
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