Evolutionary view of the AIDS process

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AIDS 77 Title: The Journal of International Medical ResearchEvolutionary view of the AIDS processVladimir ZajacPublication date (epub): 8/2018Publication date (ppub): 10/2018ShortIt is generally
AIDS 1474 the world.IntroductionDespite great success in the diagnostics and therapy of acquired immune deficiency syndrome ( AIDS ), many unanswered questions remain. Without answers to these questions, further advances in the treatment
AIDS 1721 In support of this prediction is the fact that it appears impossible to prevent the worldwide spread of AIDS , especially in Africa. At present, 35 million people in Africa are HIV-positive, which is the largest
AIDS 2087 accepted.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]–[10] It is also widely accepted that Africa is the geographic source of HIV, with AIDS recognized as a logical consequence of HIV infection. This claim is supported by the fact that most HIV-positive
AIDS 14448 promiscuity have caused a sharp increase in a wide range of bacterial and viral diseases, including AIDS .Highly active antiretroviral therapy is expensive, so is not available for all HIV-positive individuals.
AIDS 15627 origin of HIV, the high rate of HIV mutations, the extensive HIV-positivity in Africa, the link between AIDS and tuberculosis in Africa, the presence of HIV in the reservoir after antiretroviral therapy, the low
AIDS 15824 therapy, the low quantity of detection of complete virus particles, and the detection of HIV sequences in AIDS patients.Confirmation of the presented hypothesis would bring new insights into AIDS and open up new
AIDS 15909 HIV sequences in AIDS patients.Confirmation of the presented hypothesis would bring new insights into AIDS and open up new possibilities in its diagnostics and therapy
bubonic plague 6030 in less than 3 years during which it covered vast areas of Europe. This is in complete contrast to a bubonic plague epidemic which moved very slowly.[23]The black rat, the plague vector, has a home range of 100 m and
plague 523 claim has not been sufficiently confirmed epidemiologically. The spread and incubation period of the plague epidemic has led to the theory that the Black Death was caused by hemorrhagic viruses. Having examined
plague 2615 and Asia.[11] The first of these dates back to the Peloponnesian War in 525 BC. Later, Justinian’s plague in 541 AD killed 100 million people, representing 40% to 50% of the Roman (Byzantine) Empire. The agent(s)
plague 2791 Roman (Byzantine) Empire. The agent(s) responsible for these epidemics is unknown. The largest known plague epidemic, the Black Death, was caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis. This epidemic broke out in Italy
plague 5547 virus can enter cells of the immune system using the CCR5 coreceptor.[18] They also argued that the plague spread much faster than usual epidemics, and that the incubation time was unusually long.[18],[21][22]–[23]
plague 6038 than 3 years during which it covered vast areas of Europe. This is in complete contrast to a bubonic plague epidemic which moved very slowly.[23]The black rat, the plague vector, has a home range of 100 m and
plague 6101 is in complete contrast to a bubonic plague epidemic which moved very slowly.[23]The black rat, the plague vector, has a home range of 100 m and rarely strays outside of this.[24] The plague has also been documented
plague 6185 black rat, the plague vector, has a home range of 100 m and rarely strays outside of this.[24] The plague has also been documented in parts of Europe where rats did not live, such as Iceland.[25] Epidemiological
plague 6322 parts of Europe where rats did not live, such as Iceland.[25] Epidemiological studies showed that the plague was transmitted from an infected human to a human susceptible to infection diseases within a 4-m range.[22]
plague 6441 transmitted from an infected human to a human susceptible to infection diseases within a 4-m range.[22] The plague epidemic in Europe served to strengthen the frequency of the CCR5Δ32 mutation in the area, with the
smallpox 9304 spread, remaining in one area.[18] However, some experts advocate a theory that highlights the effect of smallpox in a given epidemic.[29] They surmise that smallpox virus has been infecting humans for thousands of years,
smallpox 9356 advocate a theory that highlights the effect of smallpox in a given epidemic.[29] They surmise that smallpox virus has been infecting humans for thousands of years, with the oldest epidemic believed to have occurred
smallpox 9541 epidemic believed to have occurred long before 1000 AD. If the receptor for the pox virus is CCR5, then smallpox is a candidate for the selection pressure responsible for the fixation of the CCR5Δ32 resistance allele
tuberculosis 15636 HIV, the high rate of HIV mutations, the extensive HIV-positivity in Africa, the link between AIDS and tuberculosis in Africa, the presence of HIV in the reservoir after antiretroviral therapy, the low quantity of detection

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