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2016Broad activation of latent HIV-1 in vivoBarton, Kirston; Byth Wilson, Karen; Hiener, Bonnie; Palmer, Sarah; Winckelmann, Anni; Buzon, Maria; Denton, Paul; et al, Various; Harrington, Sean; Lanfear, Robert; Lichterfeld, M; McMahon, James; Rasmussen, Thomas; Shao, Wei; Solomon, Ajantha; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResBroad activation of latent HIV-1 in vivo, Nature Communications, vol.7, N/A, 2016,pp 1-8
2014An example of genetically distinct HIV type 1 variants in cerebrospinal fluid and plasma during suppressive therapyPalmer, Sarah; Dahl, Viktor; GissleĀ“n, Magnus; Hagberg, Lars; Peterson, Julia; Price, Richard W; Shao, Wei; Spudich, Serena S; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteAn example of genetically distinct HIV type 1 variants in cerebrospinal fluid and plasma during suppressive therapy, The Journal of Infectious Diseases, vol.209, 10, 2014,pp 1618-1622
2018Genetic characterization of the HIV-1 reservoir after Vacc-4x and romidepsin therapy in HIV-1 infected individualsMorcilla, Vincent; Palmer, Sarah; Schlub, Timothy; Winckelmann, Anni; Benton, Paul; Hojen, Jesper; Ostergaard, Lars; Schleimann, Mariane; Shao, Wei; Sogaard, Ole Schmeltz; Tolstrup, Martin; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResGenetic characterization of the HIV-1 reservoir after Vacc-4x and romidepsin therapy in HIV-1 infected individuals, AIDS, vol.32, 13, 2018,pp 1793-1802
2015Longitudinal Genetic Characterization Reveals That Cell Proliferation Maintains a Persistent HIV Type 1 DNA Pool During Effective HIV TherapyLee, E; Palmer, Sarah; Bacchetti, Peter; Epling, Lorrie; et al, Various; Faria, Nuno; Ho, Terence; Hoh, Rebecca; Killian, Maudi; Odevall, Lina; Shao, Wei; Sinclair, Elizabeth; van Stockenstrom, Susanne; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResLongitudinal Genetic Characterization Reveals That Cell Proliferation Maintains a Persistent HIV Type 1 DNA Pool During Effective HIV Therapy, The Journal of Infectious Diseases, vol.212, 4, 2015,pp 596-607
2017Romidepsin-induced HIV-1 viremia during effective antiretroviral therapy contains identical viral sequences with few deleterious mutationsBarton, Kirston; Hiener, Bonnie; Palmer, Sarah; Schlub, Timothy; Winckelmann, Anni; Ostergaard, Lars; Rasmussen, Thomas; Shao, Wei; Sogaard, Ole Schmeltz; Tolstrup, Martin; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResRomidepsin-induced HIV-1 viremia during effective antiretroviral therapy contains identical viral sequences with few deleterious mutations, AIDS, vol.31, 6, 2017,pp 771-779
2017Romidepsin-induced HIV-1 viremia during effective antiretroviral therapy contains identical viral sequences with few deleterious mutationsBarton, Kirston; Hiener, Bonnie; Palmer, Sarah; Schlub, Timothy; Winckelmann, Anni; Ostergaard, Lars; Rasmussena, Thomas; Shao, Wei; Sogaard, Ole Schmeltz; Tolstrup, Martin; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Westmead Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResRomidepsin-induced HIV-1 viremia during effective antiretroviral therapy contains identical viral sequences with few deleterious mutations, AIDS, vol.31, 6, 2017,pp 771-779