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Household falls may produce more severe brain injuries in infants than previously thought

...he head contacts a hard surface and then violently rebounds -- increased with higher falls and harder surfaces. The largest rotational decelerations, however, were measured when volunteers intentionally struck the doll's head against a hard surface. These inflicted impacts resulted in decelerations dramatic...

T cells target HIV in a relationship on the rebound

...l drug therapy in HIV-positive patients, the virus rebounds and begins to multiply. While this was feared to destroy, perhaps irreversibly, patient HIV-specific CD4+ T cells that are preferentially infected by the virus, it has now be shown to actually boost HIV-specific T cell production and activation, the...

JCI table of contents, January 20 2005

...l drug therapy in HIV-positive patients, the virus rebounds and begins to multiply. While this was feared to destroy, perhaps irreversibly, patient HIV-specific CD4+ T cells that are preferentially infected by the virus, it has now be shown to actually boost HIV-specific T cell production and activation, the...

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