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Research data: GEOHELMINTH INFECTIONS
2014 The neglected triple disease burden and interaction of helminths, HIV and tuberculosis: an opportunity for integrated action in South Africa
The convergent distribution of HIV/AIDS and neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), particularly helminthiasis, in sub-Saharan Africa has been d...Download this report
2014 Proliferative capacity and cytokine production by cells of HIV-infected and uninfected adults with different helminth infection phenotypes in South Africa
It has been suggested that the proliferative capacity of cells from individuals with HIV or both HIV and helminth infections is attenuated a...Download this report
In sub-Saharan Africa, co-infection with HIV-1 and helminths is very common, affecting the natural history and disease progression of both. ...
2011 The influence of different helminth infection phenotypes on immune responses against HIV in co-infected adults in South Africa
The convergent distribution of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and helminth infections has led to the suggestion that infection with ...