Cure research: open access publications
Positively Aware: Cure issue – Summer 2018
The long running US community publication from Chicago’s Test Positive (TPAN+) features cure research in their summer issue.
- Can your body be reprogrammed to control HIV?
- Fantastic journey – where HIV travels.
- The reservoir – where HIV hides
- Community cure resources
- The new poster boys
- The team player: focus on researcher Steven Deeks
- The mapmaker: Sarah Pillal
- The community watchdog: Lynda Dee
AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses: HIV cure issue
Peer review journal with free online issue.
- Managing expectations of an HIV cure: what should we expect?
- HIV cure research crowdsourcing: an author response
- Eradication of HIV from tissue reservoirs: challenges for the cure
- Timothy Ray Brown’s continuing activism toward curing HIV
- Harnessing novel imaging approaches to guide HIV prevention and cure discoveries
- Therapeutic vaccine against HIV, viral variability, cytotoxic T lymphocyte epitopes, and genetics of patients
- Low levels of endothelial progenitor cells and their association with systemic inflammation and monocyte activation in older HIV-positve men
- Malnutrition in HIV-positive children is an indicator of severe disease with an impaired response to antiretroviral therapy
- If we build it, will they come? perceptions of HIV cure-related research by people living with HIV in four US cities
- “We need to deploy them very thoughtfully and carefully”: perceptions of analytical treatment interruptions in HIV cure research in the US
- What would an HIV cure mean to you? qualitative analysis from a crowdsourcing contest in Guangzhou, China
- In vitro transduction and target-mutagenesis efficiency of HIV-1 pol gene targeting zfn and crispr/cas9 delivered by various plasmids and/or vectors: toward an HIV cure
- Proteomic profiling of a primary CD4+ T cell model of HIV-1 latency identifies proteins whose differential expression correlates with reactivation of latent HIV-1
- Immunogenicity of AGS-004 dendritic cell therapy in patients treated during acute HIV infection
- Now the spleen is an HIV-1 sanctuary during combined ART