Data for Understanding the association between chromosomally integrated human herpesvirus 6 and HIV disease: a cross-sectional study, version 2

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<a>Dataset 1: Data on ciHHV-6 presence and HIV disease progression in 439 patients at </a><a>the Infectious Diseases Clinic at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY</a><br><br>PID: Subject identification; Last_VL: Subject’s most recent viral load; Last_CD4: Subject’s most recent CD4+ T-cell count;Last_CD4_%: Subject’s most recent CD4+ T-cell count percent; Time_to_progression: time (in years) between HIV diagnosis and AIDS diagnosis; Rapid Progressor: Less than two years to between HIV and AIDS diagnosis; ART Naïve: If subject is naïve to antiretroviral therapy – ‘yes’; CIHHV6Run2: Subject positive for qualitative PCR results – ‘1’; QuantPCR: Subject positive for quantitative PCR results – ‘1’.

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K. Kainth, Mundeep; G. Fisher, Susan; Diana Fernandez, I.; Luque, Amneris; B. Hall, Caroline; Thi Hoang, Anh; Lashkari, Anisha; Peck, Alexandra; Hasan, Lubaba; T. Caserta, Mary (2017): Data for Understanding the association between chromosomally integrated human herpesvirus 6 and HIV disease: a cross-sectional study, version 2. figshare.

https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.1899809.v2

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