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Polyspecific self-reactive antibodies in individuals infected with human immunodeficiency virus facilitate T cell deletion and inhibit costimulatory accessory cell function

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General Info
Geography 
Time period covered 
01/1996 - 12/1998
Citation
Authors 
Wang Z q, Horowitz HW, Orlikowsky T, Hahn BI, Trejo V, Bapat AS, Mittler RS, Rayanade RJ, Yang SY, Hoffmann MK
Journal 
J Infect Dis
Volume 
180
Issue 
4
Pages 
1072-9
Publication year 
1999
Suggested citation 
Wang Z q, Horowitz HW, Orlikowsky T, Hahn BI, Trejo V, Bapat AS, Mittler RS, Rayanade RJ, Yang SY, Hoffmann MK. Polyspecific self-reactive antibodies in individuals infected with human immunodeficiency virus facilitate T cell deletion and inhibit costimulatory accessory cell function. J Infect Dis. 1999; 180(4): 1072-9.