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1. Constant mean viral copy number per infected cell in tissues regardless of high, low, or undetectable plasma HIV

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2. Constant mean viral copy number per infected cell in tissues regardless of high, low, or undetectable plasma HIV

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4. Enhanced responsiveness to antigen contributes more to immunological memory in CD4 T cells than increases in the number of cells

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5. Antibody-Mediated Rejection of Single Class I MHC-Disparate Cardiac Allografts

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6. TCR transgenic CD8+ T cells activated in the presence of TGF{beta} express FoxP3 and mediate linked suppression of primary immune responses and cardiac allograft rejection


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7. TCR transgenic CD8+ T cells activated in the presence of TGF{beta} express FoxP3 and mediate linked suppression of primary immune responses and cardiac allograft rejection


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8. Comparison of Immunologic Assays for Detecting Immune Responses in HIV Immunotherapeutic Studies: AIDS Clinical Trials Group Trial A5181▿

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9. Initial increase in blood CD4+ lymphocytes after HIV antiretroviral therapy reflects redistribution from lymphoid tissues

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10. Constant Mean Viral Copy Number per Infected Cell in Tissues Regardless of High, Low, or Undetectable Plasma HIV RNA

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