Further reading

Ascher MS, Sheppard HW, Krowka JF and Bremermann HJ (1995) AIDS as immune system activation. Key questions that remain. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 374: 203-210.

Berger EA (1998) The role of chemokine receptors in HIV. Annual Review of Immunology 16.

Chirmule N and Pahwa S (1996) Envelope glycoproteins of human immunodeficiency virus type 1: profound influences on immune functions. Microbiological Reviews 60: 386-406.

Clapham PR and Weiss RA (1997) Spoilt for choice of co-receptors. Nature 388: 230-231.

Coffin JM (1996) HIV viral dynamics. AIDS 10 (suppl 3): S75-84.

Copeland KF and Heeney JL (1996) T helper cell activation and human retroviral pathogenesis. Microbiological Reviews 60: 722-742.

Emery S and Lane HC (1996) Immune-based therapies in HIV infection: recent developments. AIDS 10 (suppl A): S159-163.

Expert group of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (1997) Implications of HIV variability for transmission: scientific and policy issues. AIDS 11: UNIAIDS 1 -UNI AIDS 15.

Fauci AS (1996) Host factors and the pathogenesis of HIV-induced disease. Nature 384: 529-534.

Hammer SM (1996) Advances in antiretroviral therapy and viral load monitoring. AIDS 10 (suppl 3): SI—11.

Havlir DV and Richman DD (1996) Viral dynamics of HIV: implications for drug development and therapeutic strategies. Annals of Internal Medicine 124: 984-994.

Haynes B, Pantaleo G and Fauci A (1996) Towards and understanding of the correlates of protective immunity to HIV infection. Science 271: 324-328.

Laurence J (1995) CD41 and CD8+ T lymphocyte activation in HIV infection. Implications for immune pathogenesis and therapy. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 374: 1-15.

Levy JA (ed) (1995) The Retroviridae, vol 4, New York: Plenum Press.

Levy JA (1996) The value of primate models for studying human immunodeficiency virus pathogenesis. Journal of Medical Primatology 25: 163-174.

Levy JA, Mackewicz CE and Barker E (1996) Controlling HIV pathogenesis: the role of the noncytotoxic anti-HIV response of CD8+ T cells. Immunology Today 17: 217-224.

Liang B, Wang JY and Watson RR (1996) Murine AIDS, a key to understanding retrovirus-induced immunodeficiency. Viral Immunology 9: 225-239.

Safrit JT and Koup RA (1995) The immunology of primary HIV infection: which immune responses control HIV replication? Current Opinion in Immunology 7: 456-461.

Toder V (1997) A new transmissible AlDS-like disease in mice induced by alloimmune stimuli. Nature Medicine 3: 37-41.

Westby M, Manca F and Dalgleish AG (1996) The role of host immune responses in determining the outcome of HIV infection. Immunology Today 17: 120-126.

Zinkernagel RM (1995) Are HIV-specific CTL responses salutary or pathogenic? Current Opinion in Immunology 7: 462-470.

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