Brugia malayi Antigen (BmA) inhibits HIV-1 trans-infection but neither BmA nor ES-62 alter HIV-1 infectivity of DC induced CD4+ Th-cells

Emily E. I. M. Mouser, Georgios Pollakis, Maria Yazdanbakhsh, William Harnett, Esther C. de Jong, William A. Paxton

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