HIV-neutralizing immunoglobulin A and HIV-specific proliferation are independently associated with reduced HIV acquisition in Kenyan sex workers

Taha Hirbod, Rupert Kaul, Camilla Reichard, Joshua Kimani, Elizabeth Ngugi, Job J. Bwayo, Nico Nagelkerke, Klara Hasselrot, Bing Li, Stephen Moses, Kelly S. MacDonald, Kristina Broliden, Florence Keli, Grace Kamunyo, Ruth Wanguru, Rachel Mwakisha, Grace Waithira, Daniel Nganga, Cornelius Nyambogo, John OmbetteJane Njeri, Isaiah Onyango, Isaac Malonza, Francis Mwangi, Karolien Fonck, Marleen Temmerman, Allan R. Ronald, Mark Luscher

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