Published in Blood Weekly, November 10th, 1997
"This case demonstrates that anti-HIV ELISA and HIV p24-antigen-negative, PCR borderline-positive blood products may provoke HIV infections in recipients," reported P.J.M. van den Burg and colleagues, Red Cross Blood Bank, Amsterdam, Netherlands ("HIV Window Infection By an Anti-HIV and HIV-Ag Negative Blood Product: A Case Report," Transfusion, September 1997 supplement:37(9S); abstract S212:53S).
The researchers presented information on this case at the 50th annual meeting of the American Association of Blood Banks, October 18-22, 1997, held in Denver,...
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