Published in Lab Law Weekly, June 23rd, 2006
"We recently demonstrated that simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) viral loads were significantly higher in the plasma of rhesus macaques consuming alcohol compared with controls following intrarectal SIV infection.
"To understand the possible reasons behind increased viral replication, here we assessed the effects of chronic alcohol consumption on distribution and cycling of various lymphocyte subsets in the intestine," wrote investigators in the United States.
According to B. Poonia and colleagues at Tulane...
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