Early skewed distribution of total and HIV-specific CD8+ T-cell memory phenotypes during primary HIV infection is related to reduced antiviral activity and faster disease progression

Yanina Ghiglione, Juliana Falivene, María Julia Ruiz, Natalia Laufer, María Eugenia Socías, Pedro Cahn, Luis Giavedoni, Omar Sued, María Magdalena Gherardi, Horacio Salomón, Gabriela Turk

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