Publications

  1. Streeck, H; Li, B; Poon, AF; Schneidewind, A; Gladden, AD; Power, K; Daskalakis, D; Bazner, S; Zuniga, R; Brander, C; Rosenberg, ES; Frost, SD; Allen, TM. "Immune Driven Recombination Leads to Loss of Control Following HIV Superinfection [Abstract]". AIDS research & human retroviruses. 2008; 24: 79 (#J0156798)
  2. Streeck, H; Li, B; Poon, AFY; Schneidewind, A; Gladden, AD; Power, KA; Daskalakis, D; Bazner, S; Zuniga, R; Brander, C; Rosenberg, ES; Frost, SDW; Altfeld, M; Allen, TM. "Immune-driven recombination and loss of control after HIV superinfection". Journal of experimental medicine. 2008; 205: 1789 (#J0149307)
  3. Daskalakis, Demetre C; Blaser, Martin J. "Another perfect storm: Shigella, men who have sex with men, and HIV [editorial] [comment]". Clinical infectious diseases. 2007; 44: 335 (#J0137838)
  4. Rychert, Jenna; Saindon, Suzanne; Placek, Sarah; Daskalakis, Demetre; Rosenberg, Eric. "Sequence variation occurs in CD4 epitopes during early HIV infection". Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes. JAIDS. 2007; 46: 261 (#J0137837)
  5. Trevejo-Nunez, Giraldina; Daskalakis, Demetre C. "Challenging cases in HIV medicine from Bellevue Hospital: HIV and syphilis--diagnostic and therapeutic approach". MedGenMed: Medscape General Medicine. 2007; 9: 42 (#J0132497)
  6. Daskalakis, Demetre C. "HIV as an emerging chronic disease: the challenge of "living with living"". Body Positive. 2006; 19: 8 (#J0137840)
  7. Daskalakis, Demetre C. "When your new diagnosis is with HIV". Body Positive. 2006; 19: 13 (#J0137839)
  8. Daskalakis D; Aberg JA. "Case files from the Bellevue Hospital Center at New York University--lipoatrophy following long-term antiretroviral therapy". MedGenMed: Medscape General Medicine. 2005; 7: 9 (#J0115383)

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