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The role of CD32 during HIV-1 infection

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Fig. 1: Analysis of CD4+CD32- and CD4+CD32+ populations by qVOA and proviral DNA measurements.
Fig. 2: Ultrasensitive p24 measurements.


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L.N.B., J.A.W., G.M.L., F.R.S., R.F.S. and J.D.S. designed experiments. S.A.B., C.T. and L.J.M. obtained samples. L.N.B., J.A.W., S.A.B., G.M.L., F.R.S., J.L., A.J.M., A.A.R.A. and J.D.S. performed experiments. F.R.S., H.J. and J.B.M. performed cell sorting. L.N.B., J.A.W., F.R.S., A.J.M., A.A.R.A., R.F.S. and J.D.S. analysed the data and wrote the manuscript.

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Bertagnolli, L.N., White, J.A., Simonetti, F.R. et al. The role of CD32 during HIV-1 infection. Nature 561, E17–E19 (2018).

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