Low prevalence of selective IgA deficiency in infected children born to HIV-seropositive mothers: An in vivo model for speculation on selective IgA deficiency pathogenesis

E. Chiappini, L. Galli, P. A. Tovo, C. Gabiano, C. Lisi, G. Ferraris, A. Viganò, C. Giaquinto, S. Bernardi, R. Badolato, O. Genovese, F. Salvini, A. Maccabruni, G. Anzidei, R. Rosso, W. Buffolano, M. Cellini, A. M. Casadei, G. Faldella, M. RuggeriP. Osimani, M. M. Manzionna, I. Dodi, C. Gotta, S. Esposito, D. Gariel, Maurizio de Martino

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