CD8 cell impact on viral load
Sep 11, 2001
Is it likely from your experience that at 6 weeks post possible exposure, Elyssa would be negative and viral load by PCR would also be negative because the CD8 cells had knocked the HIV virus down below 400 copies?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
I have not seen a documented case of acute HIV infection with this scenario.
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