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Grant Number: 5R01CA062801-05 Interpret this number
Primary Investigator: Kiviat, Nancy
Organization: University Of Washington
Project Title: Natural History of Cervical Neoplasia in HIV-1 and HIV 2
Fiscal Year: 1998
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Publications

HIV-1 outcompetes HIV-2 in dually infected Senegalese individuals with low CD4? cell counts.
Authors: Raugi DN, Gottlieb GS, Sow PS, Toure M, Sall F, Gaye A, N'doye I, Kiviat NB, Hawes SE, University of Washington-Dakar HIV Study Group
Source: AIDS, 2013 Sep 24;27(15), p. 2441-50.
PMID: 23665777
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Trends of HIV-1, HIV-2 and dual infection in women attending outpatient clinics in Senegal, 1990-2009.
Authors: Heitzinger K, Sow PS, Dia Badiane NM, Gottlieb GS, N'Doye I, Toure M, Kiviat NB, Hawes SE, University of Washington-Dakar HIV and Cervical Cancer Study Group
Source: Int J STD AIDS, 2012 Oct;23(10), p. 710-6.
PMID: 23104745
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HIV shedding in the oral cavity: an assessment of HIV type, immunovirologic, demographic and oral factors.
Authors: Pavlinac PB, Hawes SE, Gottlieb GS, Gaye A, N'Diaye CF, Critchlow CW, Sow PS, Feng Q, Kiviat NB
Source: Sex Transm Infect, 2012 Feb;88(1), p. 45-50.
PMID: 22250179
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Lower levels of HIV-2 than HIV-1 in the female genital tract: correlates and longitudinal assessment of viral shedding.
Authors: Hawes SE, Sow PS, Stern JE, Critchlow CW, Gottlieb GS, Kiviat NB
Source: AIDS, 2008 Nov 30;22(18), p. 2517-25.
PMID: 19005275
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Equal plasma viral loads predict a similar rate of CD4+ T cell decline in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1- and HIV-2-infected individuals from Senegal, West Africa.
Authors: Gottlieb GS, Sow PS, Hawes SE, Ndoye I, Redman M, Coll-Seck AM, Faye-Niang MA, Diop A, Kuypers JM, Critchlow CW, Respess R, Mullins JI, Kiviat NB
Source: J Infect Dis, 2002 Apr 1;185(7), p. 905-14.
EPub date: 2002 Mar 19.
PMID: 11920314
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