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Abdool Karim, Salim
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Genital inflammation and the risk of HIV acquisition in women.
Sensitive tenofovir resistance screening of HIV-1 from the genital and blood compartments of women with breakthrough infections in the CAPRISA 004 tenofovir gel trial.
Relationship between female genital tract infections, mucosal interleukin-17 production and local T helper type 17 cells.
Defining genital tract cytokine signatures of sexually transmitted infections and bacterial vaginosis in women at high risk of HIV infection: a cross-sectional study.
Evidence for both Intermittent and Persistent Compartmentalization of HIV-1 in the Female Genital Tract.
Randomized Cross-Sectional Study to Compare HIV-1 Specific Antibody and Cytokine Concentrations in Female Genital Secretions Obtained by Menstrual Cup and Cervicovaginal Lavage.
Mucosal Escherichia coli bactericidal activity and immune mediators are associated with HIV-1 seroconversion in women participating in the HPTN 035 trial.
The microbiome and HIV prevention strategies in women.
Inflammatory cytokine biomarkers to identify women with asymptomatic sexually transmitted infections and bacterial vaginosis who are at high risk of HIV infection.
Phase 1 trial of nonoxynol-9 film among sex workers in South Africa.
Opportunities for treating sexually transmitted infections and reducing HIV risk in rural South Africa.
Genital Tenofovir Concentrations Correlate With Protection Against HIV Infection in the CAPRISA 004 Trial: Importance of Adherence for Microbicide Effectiveness.
Vaginal bacteria modify HIV tenofovir microbicide efficacy in African women.
Y chromosome and HIV DNA detection in vaginal swabs as biomarkers of semen and HIV exposure in women.
Bacterial vaginosis and the risk of trichomonas vaginalis acquisition among HIV-1-negative women.
HPV infection and the genital cytokine milieu in women at high risk of HIV acquisition.
Plasma concentration of injectable contraceptive correlates with reduced cervicovaginal growth factor expression in South African women.