Activation polyclonale B associee a l'infection par le virus d'immunodeficience humaine (VIH)
|Published in||Swiss medical weekly. 1987, vol. 117, no. 47, p. 1863-1865|
|Abstract||87 patients with anti-HIV antibodies were divided into three groups based on the classification of the Centers for Disease Control and the following parameters reflecting polyclonal B cell activation were evaluated in these patients: immunoglobulin levels, circulating immune complexes and occurrence of autoantibodies. The results reported here indicate that intense polyclonal B cell activation occurs in both asymptomatic (CDC 2) and symptomatic patients (CDC 3 and CDC 4). Moreover, serological abnormalities were detected with similar frequency in the three groups studied.|
|Keywords||Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome/ immunology — Antibodies, Viral/biosynthesis — Antibody Formation — Antigen-Antibody Complex/analysis — Autoantibodies/biosynthesis — B-Lymphocytes/ immunology — DNA/immunology — HIV/ immunology — HIV Antibodies — HIV Seropositivity/immunology — Humans — Immunoglobulins/biosynthesis|
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|EXQUIS, B. et al. Activation polyclonale B associee a l'infection par le virus d'immunodeficience humaine (VIH). In: Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift, 1987, vol. 117, n° 47, p. 1863-1865. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:9318|