Interleukin-15 (IL-15) Strongly Correlates with Increasing HIV-1 Viremia and Markers of Inflammation.
Swaminathan, Sanjay; Qiu, Ju; Rupert, Adam W; Hu, Zonghui; Higgins, Jeanette; Dewar, Robin L; Stevens, Randy; Rehm, Catherine A; Metcalf, Julia A; Sherman, Brad T; Baseler, Michael W; Lane, H Clifford; Imamichi, Tomozumi.
; 11(11): e0167091, 2016.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27880829
CD163+CD14+ macrophages, a potential immune biomarker for malignant pleural effusion.
Ingested soluble CD14 from milk is transferred intact into the blood of newborn rats.
Interleukin-37 Expression Is Increased in Chronic HIV-1-Infected Individuals and Is Associated with Inflammation and the Size of the Total Viral Reservoir.
During Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Infection and HCV-HIV Coinfection, an Elevated Plasma Level of Autotaxin Is Associated With Lysophosphatidic Acid and Markers of Immune Activation That Normalize During Interferon-Free HCV Therapy.
Monocyte Activation Is Associated With Worse Cognitive Performance in HIV-Infected Women With Virologic Suppression.
Monocyte-activation phenotypes are associated with biomarkers of inflammation and coagulation in chronic HIV infection.
Cigarette Smoking and Inflammation, Monocyte Activation, and Coagulation in HIV-Infected Individuals Receiving Antiretroviral Therapy, Compared With Uninfected Individuals.
Differential Reduction in Monocyte Activation and Vascular Inflammation With Integrase Inhibitor-Based Initial Antiretroviral Therapy Among HIV-Infected Individuals.
Soluble CD163, a novel marker of activated macrophages, is elevated and associated with noncalcified coronary plaque in HIV-infected patients.
Cell-free mitochondrial DNA in CSF is associated with early viral rebound, inflammation, and severity of neurocognitive deficits in HIV infection.