How sex influences HIV pathogenesis
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Caroline Tiemessen
University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
Dazon Dixon Diallo
Sister Love, United States
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Increasing evidence shows that biological and genetic factors drive sex-linked differences in HIV acquisition. Sex hormones, such as oestrogen and testosterone, play a crucial role in shaping immune responses and can also influence viral transcription. X-linked genes and X chromosome inactivation mechanisms contribute to these differences.
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2 min
Introduction
Sister Love, United States
University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
16:32
8 min
Considering sex across the spectrum of HIV therapeutics
Johns Hopkins University, United States
16:40
8 min
Sex differences in Type I IFN-mediated immune responses to HIV-1
Leibniz-Institut für Virologie, Germany
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8 min
Sex differences in HIV transcriptional modulation, latency and reservoir
Case Center for AIDS Research, United States
16:56
8 min
Sex-specific innate immune selection in vertical HIV transmission
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
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Q&A and conclusion
Sister Love, United States
University of Witwatersrand, South Africa
Johns Hopkins University, United States
Leibniz-Institut für Virologie, Germany
Case Center for AIDS Research, United States
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
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