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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 02/2018, Volume 66, Issue 4, pp. 594 - 603
Background. Data on durability of first-line antiretroviral therapy (ART) in children with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are limited. We assessed time to... 
VIRAL LOAD | second-line | SCALE-UP | antiretroviral therapy | HIV-1 DRUG-RESISTANCE | ADULTS | RANDOMIZED-TRIAL | INFECTED CHILDREN | OPEN-LABEL | switch | HIV | children | VIROLOGICAL FAILURE | ADOLESCENTS | INFANTS | Second-line | Children | Switch | Antiretroviral therapy | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | PATTERNS | MICROBIOLOGY | IMMUNOLOGY | Life Sciences
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Journal of Clinical Oncology, ISSN 0732-183X, 02/2018, Volume 36, Issue 4, pp. 359 - 366
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by Chappell, Elizabeth and Riordan, Andrew and Jourdain, Gonzague and Soriano-Arandes, Antoni and Ene, Luminita and Scherpbier, Henriette J and Warszawski, Josiane and Collins, Intira J and Smit, Colette and Marques, Laura and Klein, Nigel and Guillén, Sara and Judd, Ali and Thorne, Claire and Goodall, Ruth and Königs, Christoph and Spoulou, Vana and Prata, Filipa and Goetghebuer, Tessa and Chiappini, Elena and Galli, Luisa and Naver, Lars and Giaquinto, Carlo and M Gibb, Diana and Gibb, Diana M and Marczynska, Magdalena and Okhonskaia, Liubov and Klimkait, Thomas and Lallemant, Marc and Ngo-Giang-Huong, Nicole and Kiseleva, Galyna and Malyuta, Ruslan and Volokha, Alla and Hainaut, Marc and Delforge, Marc and Le Chenadec, Jerome and Ramos, Elisa and Dialla, Olivia and Wack, Thierry and Laurent, Corine and Ait si Selmi, Lamya and Leymarie, Isabelle and Ait Benali, Fazia and Brossard, Maud and Boufassa, Leila and Floch-Tudal, Corinne and Firtion, Ghislaine and Hau, Isabelle and Chace, Anne and Bolot, Pascal and Blanche, Stéphane and Levine, Martine and Bicëtre, Le Kremlin and Fourcade, Corinne and Heller-Roussin, Brigitte and Runel-Belliard, Camille and Tricoire, Joëlle and Chirouze, Catherine and Reliquet, Véronique and Brouard, Jacques and Kebaili, Kamila and Fialaire, Pascale and Lalande, Muriel and Schultze-Strasser, Stephan and Baumann, U and Niehues, T and Neubert, J and Kobbe, R and Berlin, Charite and Feiterna-Sperling, C and Königs, C and Buchholz, B and Notheis, G and de Martino, Maurizio and Angelo Tovo, Pier and Patrizia, Osimani and Larovere, Domenico and Ruggeri, Maurizio and Faldella, Giacomo and Baldi, Francesco and Badolato, Raffaele and Montagnani, Carlotta and Venturini, Elisabetta and Lisi, Catiuscia and Di Biagio, Antonio and Taramasso, Lucia and Giacomet, Vania and Erba, Paola and Esposito, Susanna and Lipreri, Rita and Salvini, Filippo and Tagliabue, Claudia and Cellini, Monica and Bruzzese, Eugenia and Lo Vecchio, Andrea and Rampon, Osvalda and Donà, Daniele and Romano, Amelia and Dodi, Icilio and Maccabruni, Anna and ... and The European Pregnancy and Paediatric HIV Cohort Collaboration (EPPICC) Study Group in EuroCoord
Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 03/2019
Abstract Background In human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)–positive adults, low CD4 cell counts despite fully suppressed HIV-1 RNA on antiretroviral therapy... 
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Polymer, ISSN 0032-3861, 05/2006, Volume 47, Issue 11, pp. 3845 - 3855
The use of hydrophobically modified hydrogels for drug release was investigated. Copolymers of , -dimethylacrylamide and 2-( -ethyl-perfluorooctanesulfonamido)... 
Pheniramine | Dimethylacrylamide | Hydrogel | POLYMERS | POLYMER SCIENCE | GELS | dimethylacrylamide | CONTROLLED-RELEASE | NETWORKS | pheniramine | LINKED ALKYLACRYLAMIDE HYDROGELS | hydrogel | IN-VIVO | POLYACRYLAMIDE | THERMOREVERSIBLE HYDROGELS | MICROSTRUCTURE | Drugs | Antihistamines | Drug delivery systems | Analysis | Polymerization | Permeability | Vehicles
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Polymer Engineering & Science, ISSN 0032-3888, 10/2015, Volume 55, Issue 10, pp. 2349 - 2354
An exfoliated clay−polymer nanocomposite was prepared by surface‐initiated ring opening metathesis polymerization (SI‐ROMP) of norbornene on a montmorillonite... 
ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | POLYMER SCIENCE | LAYERED SILICATE NANOCOMPOSITES | CLAY HYBRIDS | MONTMORILLONITE | NYLON 6-CLAY HYBRID | MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES | MELT INTERCALATION | POLYMER/CLAY NANOCOMPOSITES | SILYLATION | LAPONITE | Polymerization | Polymeric composites | Properties | Analysis | Chlorosilanes | Covalence | Alkylidene | Nanostructure | Clay (material) | Polymers | Ring opening | Exfoliation
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by Chappell, Elizabeth and Lyall, Hermione and Riordan, Andrew and Thorne, Claire and Foster, Caroline and Butler, Karina and Prime, Katia and Bamford, Alasdair and Peters, Helen and Judd, Ali and Collins, Intira J and Doerholt, Katja and Klein, Nigel and Menson, Esse and McMaster, Paddy and Shackley, Fiona and Kenny, Julia and Shingadia, Delane and Storey, Sharon and Tudor‐Williams, Gareth and Turkova, Anna and Welch, Steve and Cook, Claire and Crichton, Siobhan and Dobson, Donna and Fairbrother, Keith and Gibb, Diana M and Harper, Lynda and Le Prevost, Marthe and Van Looy, Nadine and Francis, Kate and Walsh, A and Thrasyvoulou, L and Welch, S and Laycock, N and Bernatoniene, J and Manyika, F and Sharpe, G and Lewis, P and Welch, S and Subramaniam, B and Hutchinson, L and Ward, P and Sloper, K and Fidler, K and Hague, R and Price, V and Clapson, M and Flynn, J and Cardoso, A and Abou, M and Klein, N and Shingadia, D and Ainsley‐Walker, P and Tovey, P and Gurtin, D and Garside, JP and Fall, A and Yeadon, S and Segal, S and Ball, C and Hawkins, S and Dowie, M and Bandi, S and Percival, E and Eisenhut, M and Roy, PK and Kavanagh, C and McMaster, P and Murphy, C and Daniels, J and Lees, Y and Thompson, F and Williams, B and Cliffe, L and myth, A and Southall, S and Freeman, H and Fidler, K and Christie, S and Gordon, A and Rogahn, D and Harris, S and Hutchinson, L and Collinson, A and Hutchinson, L and Jones, L and Offerman, B and Greenberg, M and Benson, C and Riordan, A and O'Connor, R and Brown, N and Ibberson, L and Shackley, F and Faust, SN and Hancock, J and Doerholt, K and Sharland, M and Storey, S and ... and Collaborative HIV Paediat Study St and Collaborative HIV Paediatric Study Steering Committee and On behalf of the Collaborative HIV Paediatric Study Steering Committee
Journal of the International AIDS Society, ISSN 1758-2652, 09/2019, Volume 22, Issue 9, pp. e25379 - n/a
Introduction The UNAIDS 90‐90‐90 targets for the cascade of care are widely used to monitor the success of HIV care programmes but there are few studies in... 
UK and Ireland | cohort studies | HIV care continuum | retention in care | adolescents | paediatric | MORTALITY | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY | IMMUNOLOGY | CONTINUUM | INFECTION | UPDATE | Studies | Antiretroviral drugs | Sensitivity analysis | Immunology | Human immunodeficiency virus--HIV | Calendars | Teenagers | Adults | Retention | Age | Children & youth
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Macromolecules, ISSN 0024-9297, 07/2015, Volume 48, Issue 13, pp. 4250 - 4255
Block copolymers (BCPs) can self-assemble in selective solvents to form morphologies based on their chemistries' and architectures. In this study, we... 
POLYMERS | POLYMER SCIENCE | DRUG-DELIVERY | ANIONIC-POLYMERIZATION | NANOMATERIALS | MICELLES | MACROMOLECULAR ARCHITECTURES | MORPHOLOGIES
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Clinical Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1058-4838, 2008, Volume 46, Issue 10, pp. 1601 - 1608
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