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    • Acyclovir and transmission of HIV-1 from persons infected with HIV-1 and HSV-2. 

      Celum, C; Corey, L; Ridzon, R; Barnes, L; McElrath, MJ; Whittington, WL; Morrow, R; Coombs, RW; Thomas, KK; Campbell, MS; Stevens, W; Vwalika, B; Rees, H; Delany, S; Kanweka, W; Karita, E; Kayitenkore, K; Inambao, M; Allen, S; Coetzee, D; Kapiga, S; Manongi, R; McIntyre, JA; Gray, GE; G, de Bruyn; Fife, KH; Were, E; Essex, M; Makhema, J; Stewart, GJ; Farquhar, C; Kiarie, J; Ronald, A; Katabira, E; Cohen, CR; Bukusi, EA; Hughes, JP; Mullins, JI; Baeten, JM; Mujugira, A; Mugo, N; Wang, RS; Magaret, AS; Lingappa, JR; Wald, A (College of Health Sciences, 2010)
      Most persons who are infected with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) are also infected with herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2), which is frequently reactivated and is associated with increased plasma and genital ...