Both CD31+and CD31- naive CD4+ T cells are persistent HIV type 1-infected reservoirs in individuals receiving antiretroviral therapy

Fiona Wightman, Ajantha Solomon, Gabriela Khoury, Justin A. Green, Lachlan Gray, Paul R. Gorry, Ho Yung Shwen, Nitin K. Saksena, Jennifer Hoy, Suzanne M. Crowe, Paul U. Cameron, Sharon R. Lewin

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