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Human endogenous retrovirus expression is inversely associated with chronic immune activation in HIV-1 infection

  • Author(s): Deeks, Steven
  • Martin, Jeffrey
  • Ormsby, CE
  • SenGupta, D
  • Tandon, R
  • Deeks, SG
  • Martin, JN
  • Jones, RB
  • Ostrowski, MA
  • Garrison, KE
  • Vázquez-Pérez, JA
  • Reyes-Terán, G
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC3413683?pdf=render
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Abstract

Human endogenous retroviruses (HERV) are remnants of ancestral retroviral infections integrated into the germ line, and constitute approximately 8% of the genome. Several autoimmune disorders, malignancies, and infectious diseases such as HIV-1 are associa

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