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Journal of Biomedical Science (1995) 2 (3): 189–202.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. HIV-1 Tat Transactivation Cytokine genes Extracellular matrix proteins Cell growth Angiogenesis Tumorigenesis 11 8 2017 Review J Biomed Sci 1995;2:189-202 1617137 Hsiao-Kuey Chang Robert C. Gallo Barbara Ensoli...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (1996) 3 (4): 238–250.
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...Nafees Ahmad The World Health Organization estimates that by year 2000, 10 million children will be infected with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) at birth and will subsequently develop AIDS. Perinatally acquired infections account for the majority of all HIV-1 cases in children...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (1996) 3 (2): 82–91.
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... by an antisense construct increases Rev activity in CV-1 cells, indicating that RREBP49 and Rev may play antagonistic roles in HIV-1 replication. RREBP49 may function as a splicing factor or a nuclear retention factor for unspliced mRNAs. However, only a slight decrease of Rev activity was observed when exogenous...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (1997) 4 (4): 162–168.
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... is unknown. One of the most common conjectures is that maternal anti-HIV antibodies (Abs) contribute to the protection of the fetus. This hypothesis has been tested in vitro by infecting the CD4-negative placental trophoblast line, BeWo, with HIV-1 mg in the presence of serial dilutions of neutralizing...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (1997) 4 (5): 217–228.
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...Padmini S. Kedar; Katherine Arden; Marie Foyle; John H. Pope; Steven L. Zeichner Vertically transmitted HIV disease constitutes a significant problem in pediatrics. In order to characterize some of the possible host factors involved in HIV replication in fetuses and newborns, we surveyed the HIV-1...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (1995) 2 (4): 322–329.
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...Edward D. Blair; Christopher M. Roberts; Wendy B. Snowden; Anne Gatignol; Monsef Benkirange; Kuan-Teh Jeang TAR RNA-binding protein TRBP was originally isolated by its binding affinity for radiolabeled HIV-1 leader RNA. Subsequent studies have suggested that this protein is one member of a family...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (2003) 10 (4): 436–450.
Published Online: 27 June 2003
... 1 (HIV-1) nef gene during maternal-fetal transmission, we analyzed nef sequences from seven mother-infant pairs following perinatal transmission, including a mother with infected twin infants. The nef open reading frame was maintained in mother-infant isolates with a frequency of 86.2% following...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (2001) 8 (5): 430–436.
Published Online: 14 September 2001
...(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. HIV-1 Transactivator Cyclin T1 Phage display Protein-RNA interactions Original Paper J Biomed Sci 2001;8:430 436...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (1999) 6 (5): 333–341.
Published Online: 10 September 1999
... from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Autoprocessing Expression HIV-1 Integrase Protease Reverse transcriptase Original Paper J Biomed Sci 1999;6:333 341 Received: February 24, 1999 Accepted: May 5, 1999 Organization of HIV-1 pol...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (1999) 6 (1): 45–52.
Published Online: 05 February 1999
... expression of the Rev-dependent RNAs. In order to analyze the role of a splice donor in Rev dependence, the wild-type 5′ splice donor of HIV-1 was mutated in the context of other gag sequences. Following transient transfection, RNA expression by RT-PCR was analyzed. The unspliced RNA produced by the mutant...
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Journal of Biomedical Science (1998) 5 (1): 1–10.
Published Online: 18 March 1998
...Elizabeth A. Rich The lung is prominently afflicted during the course of HIV-1 disease by both infectious and noninfectious complications. Direct or indirect effects of HIV-1 are likely central to the pathogenesis of these complications. Thus, any changes in viral load locally would negatively...
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