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Demographics, risk group and baseline laboratory data.

By Hui Li (32376), Katharine J. Bar (161364), Shuyi Wang (140141), Julie M. Decker (161386), Yalu Chen (364872), Chuanxi Sun (364874), Jesus F. Salazar-Gonzalez (161532), Maria G. Salazar (161536), Gerald H. Learn (64221), Charity J. Morgan (364875), Joseph E. Schumacher (364876), Peter Hraber (140255), Elena E. Giorgi (140249), Tanmoy Bhattacharya (140150), Bette T. Korber (140148), Alan S. Perelson (140160), Joseph J. Eron (203951), Myron S. Cohen (203946), Charles B. Hicks (203956), Barton F. Haynes (140266), Martin Markowitz (67491), Brandon F. Keele (50342), Beatrice H. Hahn (50363) and George M. Shaw (50361)


a<p>R - reactive; N - nonreactive.</p>b<p>nos - not otherwise specified.</p

Topics: Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Virology, baseline
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1000890.t001
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