Increased Serpin A5 levels in the cervicovaginal fluid of HIV-1 exposed seronegatives suggest that a subtle balance between serine proteases and their inhibitors may determine susceptibility to HIV-1 infection

Geert Van Raemdonck, Geert Zegels, Edmond Coen, Bea Vuylsteke, Wim Jennes, Xaveer Van Ostade

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