Posted by: Indonesian Children | June 17, 2009

REFERENCE : Innate and adaptive immune responses play a role in controlling HIV

Innate and adaptive immune responses play a role in controlling HIV replication. Yet, immune dysfunction is common in HIV-infected individuals and the virus has developed multiple strategies to evade host defenses. Thus, in most untreated individuals, viral replication is not fully contained, resulting in persistent viremia, progressive disease, and the development of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).

This topic is an introduction to the immunology of HIV infection and begins with a glossary of some of the common terminology used in the field. Other factors governing the progression of HIV infection are discussed elsewhere

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