HIV-1


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AcronymDefinition
HIV-1Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1
HIV-1Anti-Human Immunodeficiency Virus
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However, there is one HIV-1 Home Collection Test System that is currently approved by the FDA in which a sample for testing is collected in the privacy of your home and then sent to a laboratory for analysis.
These people seem to have less immune activation and a better prognosis than do people infected with HIV-1, the strain of the virus that's the main source of infection in the United States and most of the world.
According to the Republic of China Ministry of Justice, the number of incarcerated drug offenders increased from 5,988 in 2003 to 9,303 in 2004; the rate of HIV-1 seropositive inmates increased from 13.
The SUDS HIV-1+2 Antibody Test simultaneously detects antibodies to HIV-1 and HIV-2, both types of the virus believed to cause AIDS.
The FDA approves the OraQuick Rapid HIV-1 Antibody Test fin use with oral fluid.
Approved April 15, 1999 to treat HIV-1 in adults and children.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of people being tested for HIV-1 in recent months, and the need for reliability and confidentiality in HIV testing will only become more important as this trend continues," said Dr.
Briefly, gp41 primers allow the amplification of HIV-1 groups M (subtypes A-K and U [unclassifiable]) N, and O and SIVcpz with an efficiency of 95% (13); HIV-1 type specific protease primers efficiently (>95%) detect group M viruses (subtypes A-K and U [unclassifiable]), and allow successful amplification of some PCR-gp41 negative specimens.
While the CD4 receptor is required for infection by all naturally occurring HIV-1 strains, specific cell surface molecules called chemokine receptors also are necessary.
Infection with multidrug resistant, dual-tropic HIV-1 and rapid progression to AIDS: a case report.
Association of race and gender with HIV-1 RNA levels and immunologic progression.
Eventual research verifies the first known AIDS death when HIV-1 is found in the blood samples of an African man who died in 1959.