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Virusdiversifikation und Krankheitsverlauf nach HIV-Infektion aus einer einheitlichen Infektionsquelle

  • P. Kasper
  • R. Kaiser
  • R. Rolf
  • H. Börner
  • J.-P. Kleim
  • J. Oldenburg
  • H.-H. Brackmann
  • J. Rockstroh
  • B. Matz
  • K. E. Schneweis
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Zusammenfassung

Seit Juni 1984 wurden in Bonn nur noch virusinaktivierte Gerinnungsfaktorpräparate verwendet. Trotzdem wurden 1990 8 Hämophilie-K-Patienten in Bonn (6), Göttingen (1) und Frankfurt (1) mit HIV-1 infiziert. Nach eilends durchgeführten Untersuchungen kam nur eine bestimmte Charge eines Gerinnungsfaktorpräparats als Infektionsquelle in Frage; denn nur mit dieser waren alle infizierten Patienten behandelt worden, und niemand, der eine andere Charge erhalten hatte, ist infiziert worden. Außerdem konnte nur in der verdächtigen Charge p24-Antigen nachgewiesen werden [1].

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Kasper
  • R. Kaiser
  • R. Rolf
  • H. Börner
  • J.-P. Kleim
  • J. Oldenburg
  • H.-H. Brackmann
  • J. Rockstroh
  • B. Matz
  • K. E. Schneweis

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