Published in AIDS Weekly, December 13th, 1999
The immediate-early (IE) genes of human cytomegalovirus (CMV) can be expressed in monocytic cells and are known to regulate viral and cellular genes. Reactivation of HIV-1 may be stimulated by a variety of factors including other viruses and inflammatory cytokines.
Researcher G.K. Iwamoto and colleagues examined the role of hyperthermia and CMV in the regulation of HIV-1 and tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha ("Hyperthermia Enhances Cytomegalovirus Regulation of HIV-1 and TNF-alpha Gene Expression," American Journal...
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