2005 Vol.7 No.1 English
FEATURE PAPERS : CO-INFECTION OF HIV/HCV
The Pressing Issue on HIV/HCV-co-infected Patients with Hemophilia
HIV and HCV Coinfection in Hemophilliacs
Transplantation in Patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Hepatitis C Virus Infection
Clinical Significance by Quantitative Analysis of HCV RNA with Cobas Amplicor HCV Monitro v 2.0 Test
ORIGINAL RESEARCH REPORT
UIC-94017/TMC114 : A Novel Nonpeptidic Protease Inhibitor Containing bis-Tetra-hydrofuranyl Urethane (bis-THF) Potent against Multi-PI-Resistant HIV In Vitro
Objective : The rapid rise of multi-protease inhibitor (PI)-resistant HIV variants urges the development of new classes of PIs which are potent against existing resistant HIV variants and do not allow or delay the emergence of resistance….
Donor Selection in Overseas Blood Centers to Prevent HIV Contamination
Background : The HIV-positive ratio in donated blood in Japan is much higher than in other industrialized countries, though the HIV infection rate among the general population is the lowest. …
Delay in Awareness of HIV and Hospital Visit after Date of Infection Among HIV-infected and AIDS Patients in Japan
Objective : The delay between HIV infection and patient awareness and hospital visit among HIV-infected and AIDS patients in Japan was examined….
Fatal Hepatic Failure in a Hemophilia A Patient with HIV/HCV Co-infection
Objective : In Japan, most people who have infection with HIV also have infection with HCV caused by administration of coagulation factor products….
Clinical Bias of Male Clinical Psychologists against Gay Men
Objective : This study sought to determine whether male clinical psychologists (CPs) exhibited clinical bias (CB) against gay men by examining the clinical judgments and …
Demographic and Behavioral Characteristics of HIV Antibody Test Repeaters at a Public Health Cente
Objective : The purpose of this study was to investigate demographic and behavioral characteristics of HIV antibody test repeaters at a public health center…