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The breadth of maternal HIV-1 specific neutralizing antibodies is not associated with a lower risk of mother-to-infant transmission

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inserm-00731778 , version 1 (13-09-2012)

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Antoine Chaillon, Thierry Wack, Martine Braibant, Laurent Mandelbrot, Stéphanie Blanche, et al.. The breadth of maternal HIV-1 specific neutralizing antibodies is not associated with a lower risk of mother-to-infant transmission. Retrovirology, 2012, 9 (Suppl 2), pp.P44. ⟨inserm-00731778⟩
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