Circulating microRNAs in sera correlate with soluble biomarkers of immune activation but do not predict mortality in ART treated individuals with HIV-1 infection: A case control study

Daniel D. Murray, Kazuo Suzuki, Matthew Law, Jonel Trebicka, Deborah Wentworth, Margaret Johnson, Michael J. Vjecha, Anthony D. Kelleher, Sean Emery, B. Aagaard, E. Aragon, J. Arnaiz, L. Borup, B. Clotet, U. Dragsted, A. Fau, D. Gey, J. Grarup, U. Hengge, P. HerreroP. Jansson, B. Jensen, K. Jensen, H. Juncher, P. Lopez, J. Lundgren, C. Matthews, D. Mollerup, M. Pearson, A. Phillips, S. Reilev, K. Tillmann, S. Varea, B. Angus, A. Babiker, B. Cordwell, J. Darbyshire, W. Dodds, S. Fleck, G. Collins, E. Denning, J. Neaton, D. Wentworth, N. Wyman, A. Lifson, B. Grund, J. Neuhaus, D. Duprez, W. K. Henry, INSIGHT ESPRIT and SMART Study Groups

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