Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Recent Translational Research in HIV/AIDS

Edited by Yi-Wei Tang

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, United States of America

The collective efforts of HIV/AIDS research scientists from over 16 countries in the world are included in the book. This 27-chapter Open Access book well covers HIV/AIDS translational researches on pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and also those beyond conventional fields. These are by no means inclusive, but they do offer a good foundation for the development of clinical patient care. The translational model forms the basis for progressing HIV/AIDS clinical research. When linked to the care of the patients, translational researches should result in a direct benefit for HIV/AIDS patients.

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Recent Translational Research in HIV/AIDSEdited by Yi-Wei Tang

Published: November 2nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/1753

ISBN: 978-953-307-719-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-6547-7

Copyright year: 2011

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55450 Total Chapter Downloads

3 Crossref Citations

8 Web of Science Citations

13 Dimensions Citations

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1. HIV-1 Glycoprotein Immunogenicity

By Fahd Benjelloun, Christian Genin and Stephane Paul

1658

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2. Characterisation, Evaluation and Clinical Significance of Latent HIV-1 Reservoirs and Therapeutic Strategies for HIV Eradication

By James Williams, Sarah Fidler and John Frater

1318

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3. The Changing Trends of HIV Subtypes and Its Implication on Mother-to-Child Transmission

By Michael Kiptoo

1371

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4. Transport Mechanisms of Nucleosides and Nucleoside Analogues ReverseTranscriptase Inhibitors in the Brain

By Zoran B. Redzic and Sonja Misirlic Dencic

2156

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5. Interaction of Traditional Remedies Against HIV, Nutrients and ARVs

By Eugenia Barros

3308

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6. Syphilis in Men Infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus

By Francisco Rodríguez-Gómez, Hortencia Cachay, David Chinchón, Enrique Jorquera and Emilio Pujol

2308

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7. Rifamycin Use in HIV-Infected Patients with Tuberculosis

By Aline Bergesch Barth, Eric Free Egelund and Charles Arthur Peloquin

1274

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8. Reversal Reaction as a Manifestation of Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome

By Vinicius Menezes, Anna Maria Sales, José Augusto Nery, Ximena Illarramendi, Alice Miranda, Maria Clara Galhardo and Euzenir Sarno

1747

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9. The HIV Seronegative Window Period: Diagnostic Challenges and Solutions

By Tamar Jehuda-Cohen

12628

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10. Pearls and Pitfalls of HIV-1 Serologic Laboratory Testing

By Jiasheng Shao, Yunzhi Zhang, Yi-Wei Tang and Hongzhou Lu

905

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11. Surgical Pathology in HIV Infection in the Era of Antiretroviral Therapy

By Mónica Belinda Romero-Guadarrama

1283

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12. Simplification of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART)

By Maria Paloma Geijo Martinez

1382

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13. Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) and Metabolic Complications

By Beth S. Zha, Elaine J. Studer, Weibin Zha, Philip B. Hylemon, William Pandak and Huiping Zhou

2670

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14. Future Perspectives in NNRTI-Based Therapy: Bases for Understanding Their Toxicity

By Ana Blas-García, Nadezda Apostolova and Juan V. Esplugues

1659

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15. Antiretroviral Therapy and HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders

By Cagla Akay and Kelly L. Jordan-Sciutto

1424

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16. Special Considerations in the Management of HIV Infection in Pregnancy

By Chi Dola, Sean Kim and Juliet Tran

2310

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17. HIV-1 Treatment-Experienced Patients: Treatment Options and Management

By Gail Reid and Richard M. Novak

1772

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18. InforMatrix Nucleoside/Nucleotide Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors “Backbones”

By Gerrit Schreij and Rob Janknegt

1154

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19. Crippling of HIV at Multiple Stages with Recombinant Adeno-Associated Viral Mediated RNA Interference

By Ramesh B. Batchu, Oksana V. Gruzdyn, Aamer M. Qazi, Assaad Y. Semaan, Shelly M. Seward, Christopher P. Steffes, David L. Bouwman, Donald W. Weaver and Scott A. Gruber

990

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20. Cell-Delivered Gene Therapy for HIV

By Scott Ledger, Borislav Savkovic, Michelle Millington, Helen Impey, Maureen Boyd, John M. Murray and Geoff Symonds

1314

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21. Gene Therapy for HIV-1 Infection

By Lisa Egerer, Dorothee von Laer and Janine Kimpel

2315

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22. HIV-Screening Strategies for the Discovery of Novel HIV-Inhibitors

By María José Abad, Luis Miguel Bedoya and Paulina Bermejo

1903

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23. HIV Vaccine

By Alexandre de Almeida, Telma Miyuki Oshiro, Alessandra Pontillo and Alberto José da Silva Duarte

1405

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24. Towards a Functional Cure for HIV Infection: The Potential Contribution of Therapeutic Vaccination

By Maja A. Sommerfelt

1401

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25. Micronutrient Synergy in the Control of HIV Infection and AIDS

By Raxit J. Jariwalla, Aleksandra Niedzwiecki and Matthias Rath

1624

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26. Substance Abuse Treatment Utilizing Medication Assisted Treatment as HIV Prevention

By Thomas F Kresina, Robert Lubran and Laura W. Cheever

1147

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27. The Pertinence of Applying Qualitative Investigation Strategies in the Design and Evaluation of HIV Prevention Policies

By Carmen Rodríguez, Teresa Blasco, Antonio Vargas and Agustín Benito

1027

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