The clinical importance of anti-p15, p24 and p55 antibodies is not negligible in the follow-up period considered since 1 case did develop clinical symptoms together with complete seroconversion in 3 months. This observation, together with the finding of p24 antigen in 2 subjects with an anti-p15,55 pattern, and of anti-HIV-2 antibodies in 2 subjects with anti-p24, stresses the need for carefully monitoring subjects displaying antibodies against gag proteins.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 1988|
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