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Technical notes on hiv isolation from peripheral blood lymphocytes use of pha


, : Technical notes on hiv isolation from peripheral blood lymphocytes use of pha. Bollettino Societa Italiana Biologia Sperimentale 66(5): 499-503

As a part of ongoing study about the role that different technical factors may play in influencing the sensibility of HIV isolation procedures, the authors have evaluated the effects of PHA stimulation of infected cells on HIV replication in cell cultures. Data presented demonstrate that the use of PHA in cell cultures for HIV isolation causes a slower viral replication and, in some cases, inhibits HIV growth.

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