Susceptibility to opportunistic infections in HIV-infected patients with increased CD4 T-cell counts on antiretroviral therapy may be predicted by markers of dysfunctional effector memory CD4 T cells and B cells

Martyn French, N.M. Keane, E.J. Mckinnon, S. Phung, Patricia Price

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