Improved neuropsychological and neurological functioning across three antiretroviral regimens in diverse resource-limited settings: Aids clinical trials group study A5199, the international neurological study

K. Robertson*, H. Jiang, J. Kumwenda, K. Supparatpinyo, S. Evans, T. B. Campbell, R. Price, S. Tripathy, N. Kumarasamy, A. La Rosa, B. Santos, M. T. Silva, S. Montano, C. Kanyama, S. Faesen, R. Murphy, C. Hall, C. M. Marra, C. Marcus, B. BerzinsR. Allen, M. Housseinipour, F. Amod, I. Sanne, J. Hakim, A. Walawander, A. Nair

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