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The presence of anti-apolipoprotein A1 autoantibodies is associated with a pro-atherogenic profile in HIV-infected patients.

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Doctor Miguel Frias

Geneva University Hospitals, Geneva (Switzerland)
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Poster Session 6 - Immunodeficiency virus (HIV)

Speakers: Doctor M. Frias, Doctor M. Kolossvary, Doctor R. Rakhit, Doctor N. Ortega Zaragoza, Professor F. Boccara...

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ESC Congress 2019

31 August - 4 September 2019

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