Title for MeetingAbstracts
Alphabetical listing of titles
Partnerships for excellence in education, research, and service (PEERS).
Partnerships for HIV Prevention - developing national policy for HIV prevention with African communities living in England.
Partnerships in caring: caring for patients and caring for ourselves.
Partnerships in Evaluation: Assessing the Impact of Four Evaluation Capacity Building Models in NYCDOHMH-Funded HIV Prevention Programs.
Partnerships in technology transfer--an innovative program to move HIV/AIDS technologies from the laboratory to world-wide practical application.
Partnerships that work. Mobile populations against AIDS.
Partnerships to achieve common goals for the person living with AIDS.
Partnerships to meet country-specific AIDS care training needs.
Partnerships to prevent HIV: how public health and other organizations can engage the private sector to prevent HIV/AIDS.
Partnerships, prevention &peer education: Enabling appropriate indigenous sexual health for northern Queensland.
Partnerships: A Model for Scaling Up.
Parvovirus B 19 infection in HIV 1 infected patients with anemia.
Parvovirus B19 as an associated cause of anemia in AIDS patients treated with zidovudine.
Parvovirus B19 infection in AIDS patients.
Parvovirus B19 infection in HIV-1 infected individuals failing or intolerant to zidovudine therapy.
Passage to India: the HIV barrier-line for African students.
PASSHIV-1 treatment of patients with HIV-1 infection.
Passive administration of an anti-HIV-1 monoclonal neutralizing Ab does not modify the course of established HIV-1 infection in the hu-PBL SCID mouse model.
Passive agglutination with recombinant env antigen to detect antibodies to human immunodeficiency virus.
Passive and participatory service involvement among AIDS patients in NYC.
Passive hemagglutination assay for HIV-1 and HIV-2 antibody detection.
Passive HIV antibody reactivity following a health care worker (HCW) accident: implications for HCW post-exposure management.
Passive hyperimmune therapy in a pregnant woman with AIDS.
Passive immunization against SIVmac with purified hyperimmune IgG.
Passive immunization and challenge of rhesus macaques with SIVMAC.
Passive immunization in ARC and AIDS patients: persistent neutralization of HIV-1 as monitored by polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
Passive immunization in HIV disease.
Passive immunization of rhesus macaques against SIV: failure to protect and apparent enhancement of infection and disease (September 19-22, 1993).
Passive immunization with a monoclonal antibody directed to the HIV-1 gp120 principal neutralization determinant confers protection against HIV-1 challenge in chimpanzees.
Passive immunization with antibodies to conserved envelope peptides protects rhesus macaques from SIV infection.