Heterozygosity for a defective gene for CC chemokine receptor 5 is not the sole determinant for the immunologic and virologic phenotype of HIV- infected long-term nonprogressors

Oren J. Cohen*, Mauro Vaccarezza, Gordon K. Lam, Barbara F. Baird, Kathryn Wildt, Philip M. Murphy, Peter A. Zimmerman, Thomas B. Nutman, Cecil H. Fox, Shelley Hoover, Joseph Adelsberger, Michael Baseler, James Arthos, Richard T. Davey, Robin L. Dewar, Julia Metcalf, Douglas J. Schwartzentruber, Jan M. Orenstein, Susan Buchbinder, Alfred J. SaahRoger Detels, John Phair, Charles Rinaldo, Joseph B. Margolick, Giuseppe Pantaleo, Anthony S. Fauci

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