Introduction
Frequency of cells positive for HIV-1 p24 antigen assessed by flow cytometry
Frequency of cells positive for HIV-1 sequences assessed by in situ polymerase chain reaction
Direct and quantitative detection of HIV-1 RNA in human plasma with a branched DNA signal amplification assay
Use of competitive polymerase chain reaction to determine HIV-1 levels in response to antiviral treatments
Development and validation of a polymerase chain reaction method for the precise quantitation of HIV-1 DNA in blood cells from subjects undergoing a 1-year immunotherapeutic treatment
The application of quantitative polymerase chain reaction to therapeutic monitoring
HIV transmission by organ and tissue transplantation
Correlation between HIV provirus burden and in utero transmission
Neutralizing antibodies and viral characteristics in mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1
Timing of mother-to-child HIV-1 transmission depends on maternal status
HIV-1 infection in the lymphoid organs
High levels of circulating RNA in patients with symptomatic HIV-1 infection
Determination of plasma viral load in HIV-1 infection by quantitative competitive polymerase chain reaction
Cytotoxic T-cell response and AIDS-free survival in simian immunodeficiency virus-infected macaques
HIV-specific CD8+ T-cell immune responses and viral replication
A 7-year analysis of anti-Gag (p17 and p24) antibodies in HIV-1-seropositive patients with haemophilia immunoglobulin G titre and avidity are early predictors of clinical course
Lack of isolate-specific neutralizing activity is correlated with an increased viral burden in rapidly progressing HIV-1-infected patients
Monitoring the activity of antiviral therapy for HIV infection using a polymerase chain reaction method coupled with reverse transcription
Qualitative and quantitative detection of HIV-1 RNA by nucleic acid sequence-based amplification
Concluding remarks
List of contributors