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Jul, 2020

The size of HIV reservoir is associated with telomere shortening and immunosenescence in early ART-treated HIV-infected children

 

Authors: De Rossi A, Dalzini A, Ballin G, Dominguez-Rodriuguez S, Rojo P, Foster C, Palma P, Sessa L, Nastouli E, Pahwa S, Rossi P, Giaquinto C, EPIICAL Consortium Published in: 23rd International AIDS Conference, July 6th-10th, 2020 Background: HIV infection is linked to premature senescence, with increased risk of aging-associated illnesses. Early ART has been associated with a reduced HIV reservoir in HIV-perinatally infected children (PHIV), but its impact on the senescence process is an open question. Telomeres are critical for cellular replicative potential and their shortening is a marker of […]

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Jul, 2020

New paper published in WHO Bulletin

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Our collaborator Prof. Mike Sharland, together with GARDP and St. George’s, University of London researchers have just published a new paper in the WHO Bulletin investigating international antibiotic sales data of child-appropriate oral formulations of antibiotics, with a focus on dispersible tablets.

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Jun, 2020

What did Penta get up to in 2019?

 

COVID-19, the new infectious disease which has uprooted our lives, social relationships and work habits, has turned out to be an unmissable opportunity to rethink our collaborative research and strive to drive attention to those who we care most.

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Jun, 2020

COVID-19: what’s important to us

 

COVID-19, the new infectious disease which has uprooted our lives, social relationships and work habits, has turned out to be an unmissable opportunity to rethink our collaborative research and strive to drive attention to those who we care most.

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