Epidemiological, clinical and immunological features of perinatal HIV-1 infection

M. De Martino, P. A. Tovo, L. Galli, C. Gabiano, C. Giaquinto, S. Tulisso, A. Loy, L. Rancilio, A. Vierucci, G. V. Zuccotti, P. Marchisio, A. Plebani, S. Livadiotti, D. Caselli, P. Dallacasa, M. Stegagno, C. Fundaro, C. Timpano, M. Belloni

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The Italian Register for HIV Infection in Children was instituted in 1985 by the Italian Association of Pediatrics. Since the beginning of the Human Immunodeficiency virus-type 1 (HIV-1) epidemics (de Martino et al, 1985), italian pediatricians realized that experiences should be met to obtain reliable information. Hitherto, a large data set has been collected and evaluated by homogeneous criteria, and an evaluable body has been acquired of knowledge of epidemiology (Tovo et al, 1987; Tovo et al, 1988; de Martino et al, 1991a; de Martino et al, 1994a; Tovo et al, 1994), mother-to-child transmission and interfering factors (de Martino et al, 1991b; de Martino et al, 1992; Gabiano et al, 1992; de Martino et al, 1994b), immunological features (de Martino et al, 1991c; de Martino et al, 1994a) and clinical manifestations (Tovo et al, 1988; Arico et al, 1991; Tovo et al, 1992; de Martino et al, 1994a; Galli et al, 1995).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)91-98
Number of pages8
JournalArchives of STD/HIV Research
Issue number2-4
Publication statusPublished - 1995

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Dermatology
  • Immunology and Allergy
  • Microbiology (medical)


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