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by Davey, Richard T and Fernández-Cruz, Eduardo and Markowitz, Norman and Pett, Sarah and Babiker, Abdel G and Wentworth, Deborah and Khurana, Surender and Engen, Nicole and Gordin, Fred and Jain, Mamta K and Kan, Virginia and Polizzotto, Mark N and Riska, Paul and Ruxrungtham, Kiat and Temesgen, Zelalem and Lundgren, Jens and Beigel, John H and Lane, H Clifford and Neaton, James D and Butts, Jessica and Denning, Eileen and DuChene, Alain and Krum, Eric and Harrison, Merrie and Meger, Sue and Peterson, Ross and Quan, Kien and Shaughnessy, Megan and Thompson, Greg and Vock, David and Metcalf, Julia and Dewar, Robin and Rehman, Tauseef and Natarajan, Ven and McConnell, Rose and Flowers, Emily and Smith, Kenny and Hoover, Marie and Coyle, Elizabeth M and Munroe, David and Aagaard, Bitten and Pearson, Mary and Cursley, Adam and Webb, Helen and Hudson, Fleur and Russell, Charlotte and Sy, Aminata and Purvis, Cara and Jackson, Brooke and Collaco-Moraes, Yolanda and Carey, Dianne and Robson, Rosemary and Sánchez, Adriana and Finley, Elizabeth and Conwell, Donna and Losso, Marcelo H and Gambardella, Luciana and Abela, Cecilia and Lopez, Paco and Alonso, Helena and Touloumi, Giota and Gioukari, Vicky and Anagnostou, Olga and Avihingsanon, Anchalee and Pussadee, Kanitta and Ubolyam, Sasiwimol and Omotosho, Bola and Solórzano, Clemencia and Petersen, Tianna and Vysyaraju, Kranthi and Rizza, Stacey A and Whitaker, Jennifer A and Nahra, Raquel and Baxter, John and Coburn, Patricia and Gardner, Edward M and Scott, James A and Faber, Leslie and Pastor, Erica and Makohon, Linda and MacArthur, Rodger A and Hillman, L Monique and Farrough, Marti J and Polenakovik, Hari M and Clark, Linda A and Colon, Roberto J and Kunisaki, Ken M and DeConcini, Miranda and Johnson, Susan A and Wolfe, Cameron R and Mkumba, Laura and Carbonneau, June Y and Morris, Alison and Fitzpatrick, Meghan E and Kessinger, Cathy J and Salata, Robert A and Arters, Karen A and Tasi, Catherine M and Panos, Ralph J and Lach, Laura A and ... and INSIGHT FLU-IVIG Study Grp
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, ISSN 2213-2600, 11/2019, Volume 7, Issue 11, pp. 951 - 963
Since the 1918 influenza pandemic, non-randomised studies and small clinical trials have suggested that convalescent plasma or anti-influenza hyperimmune... 
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 07/2019
Abstract Background Duration of viral shedding is a determinant of infectivity and transmissibility, but few data exist about oseltamivir's ability to alter... 
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The Journal of infectious diseases, 06/2019
The impact of variation in host genetics on replication of HIV-1 in demographically diverse populations remains uncertain. Here, we perform a genome-wide... 
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by Cahn, Pedro and Madero, Juan Sierra and Arribas, José Ramón and Antinori, Andrea and Ortiz, Roberto and Clarke, Amanda E and Hung, Chien-Ching and Rockstroh, Jürgen K and Girard, Pierre-Marie and Sievers, Jörg and Man, Choy and Currie, Alexander and Underwood, Mark and Tenorio, Allan R and Pappa, Keith and Wynne, Brian and Fettiplace, Anna and Gartland, Martin and Aboud, Michael and Smith, Kimberly and Cassetti, Lidia and David, Daniel and Figueras, Laura and Losso, Marcelo and Lopardo, Gustavo and Lupo, Sergio and Porteiro, Norma and Sánchez, Marisa and Bloch, Mark and Cooper, David and Finlayson, Robert and Kelleher, Anthony and Koh, Kenneth and Lewis, David and McMahon, James and Moore, Richard and Roth, Norman and Shields, Matthew and De Wit, Stephane and Florence, Eric and Goffard, Jean-Christophe and Demeester, Remy and Lacor, Patrick and Vandercam, Bernard and Vandekerckhove, Linos and Angel, Jonathan and Baril, Jean-Guy and Conway, Brian and De Pokomandy, Alexandra and Szabo, Jason and Walmsley, Sharon and Bouchaud, Olivier and Chidiac, Christian and Delobel, Pierre and Goujard, Cecile and Katlama, Christine and Molina, Jean-Michel and Pialoux, Gilles and Philibert, Patrick and Bogner, Johannes and Esser, Stefan and Krznaric, Ivanka and Lehmann, Clara and Spinner, Christoph and Stellbrink, Hans-Jurgen and Stephan, Christoph and Stoehr, Albrecht and Barchi, Enrico and Caramello, Pietro and Castelli, Francesco and Cattelan, Anna Maria and D'Arminio Monforte, Antonella and Di Biagio, Antonio and Di Perri, Giovanni and Gori, Andrea and Maggiolo, Franco and Menzaghi, Barbara and Migliorino, Guglielmo and Mussini, Cristina and Penco, Giovanni and Puoti, Massimo and Rizzardini, Giuliano and Gulminetti, Roberto and Lazzarin, Adriano and Quirino, Tiziano and Sighinolfi, Laura and Viale, Pierluigi and Amaya Tapia, Gerardo and Andrade Villanueva, Jaime and Granados Reyes, Enrique R and Perez Rios, Alma and Santoscoy Gomez, Mario and Den Hollander, Jan and Rijnders, Bart and Hidalgo, José A and Hercilla Vasquez, Luis and Illescas, Luis and Olczak, Anita and Mansinho, Kamal and Correia Pacheco, Patricia Paula and ... and GEMINI Study Team
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 01/2019, Volume 393, Issue 10167, pp. 143 - 155
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BMC Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1471-2334, 04/2018, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 191 - 11
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 07/2018, Volume 67, Issue 3, pp. 341 - 349
Abstract Background Early clinical severity assessments during the 2009 influenza A H1N1 pandemic (pH1N1) overestimated clinical severity due to selection bias... 
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by Pett, SL and Amin, J and Horban, A and Andrade‐Villanueva, J and Losso, M and Porteiro, N and Madero, JS and Belloso, W and Tu, E and Silk, D and Kelleher, A and Harrigan, R and Clark, A and Sugiura, W and Wolff, M and Gill, J and Gatell, J and Clarke, A and Ruxrungtham, K and Prazuck, T and Kaiser, R and Woolley, I and Alberto Arnaiz, J and Cooper, D and Rockstroh, JK and Mallon, P and Emery, S and Amin, Janaki and Belloso, Waldo and Clark, Andrew and Clarke, Amanda and Cooper, David and Emery, Sean and Fisher, Martin and Gatell, Jose and Gill, John and Horban, Andrejz and Kaiser, Rolf and Kelleher, Anthony and Losso, Marcelo and Madero, Juan Sierra and Pett, Sarah and Prazuck, Thierry and Rockstroh, Juergen and Ruxrungtham, Kiat and Stellbrink, Jurgen and Sugiura, Wataru and Wolff, Marcelo J and Woolley, Ian and Merlin, Kate and Yeung, Julie and Fsadni, Bertha and Marks, Kat and Suzuki, Kazuo and Rismanto, Nick and Salomon, Horacio and Rubio, Andrea E and Chibo, Doris and Birch, Chris and Harrigan, Richard and Swenson, Luke and Chan, Dennison and Berg, Thomas and Obermeier, Martin and Schuelter, Eugen and Aragon, Saleta Sierra and Luebke, Nadine and Coughlan, Suzie and Dean, Jonathan and Iwatani, Yasumasa and Teran, Gustavo Reyes and Avila, Santiago and Sirivichayakul, Sunee and Naphassanant, May and Ubolyam, Sasiwimol and Kaye, Steve and Land, Sally and Walker, Sarah and Haubrich, Richard and DeJesus, Edwin and Silk, David and Berthon‐Jones, Nisha and Espinosa, Natalie and Courtney‐Vega, Kymme and Absar, Noorul and Haskelberg, Hila and Robson, Rose and Donaldson, Anna and Guelman, Daniel and Gambardella, Luciana and Valdovinos, Mariana and Arnaiz, Juan and Beleta, Helena and Ramos, Nuria and Targa, Marta and Späth, Brigitta and Boesecke, Christoph and Engelhardt, Angelika and Perry, Nicky and Beckthold, Brenda and ... and MARCH Study Grp and MARCH study group and the MARCH study group
HIV Medicine, ISSN 1464-2662, 01/2018, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 65 - 71
Objectives The Maraviroc Switch (MARCH) study week 48 data demonstrated that maraviroc, a chemokine receptor‐5 (CCR5) inhibitor, was a safe and effective... 
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