Published in AIDS Weekly, April 28th, 2003
In a recent study from England, "forty-seven bronchoalveolar lavage fluid samples from 16 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients were used to test the latency model of Pneumocystis infection in the human host."
"Identification of DNA sequence polymorphisms at four independent loci were used to genotype Pneumocystis jiroveci from the 35 samples that contained detectable P. jiroveci DNA," according to A.E. Wakefield and colleagues at University College London. "Eighteen of those 35 samples came from patients who did...
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