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In-vitro testing of anti-HIV activity of some medicinal plan

Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources Vol. 1(2), June 2010, pp. 193-199 In-vitro testing of anti-HIV activity of some medicinal plants Anuya A Rege* 1, Ramkrishna Y Ambaye 2 and Ranjana A Deshmukh 1 1Department of Virology, Haffkine Institute for Training, Research and Testing, Parel, Mumbai-400 012, Maharashtra, India 2Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Pharmacy Science ...

Aging, neurocognitive impairment and adherence to antiretroviral therapy in human immunodeficiency virus-infected individua

mechanisms related to HIV infection of the nervous system, (ii) aging-related factors, 27-29 and (iii) a synergistic interaction between HIV and aging. 30, 31 The study by Seider et al. 30 reported significant decline in verbal memory of older ...

HIV and Aging: State of Knowledge and Areas of Critical Need for Resear

One model of integrated pathophysiology of aging with HIV infection. The sequelae of residual immune dysfunction (inflammation/hypercoagulation), concomitant viral ... Recognizing the issues and needs of the evolving HIV-infected population and the potential ...

Aging in HIV-Infected Subjects: A New Scenario and a New Vi

The prevalence of HIV-infected people aged 50 years or older is increasing rapidly; the proportion will increase from 28% to 73% in 2030. In addition, HIV-infected individuals may be more vulnerable to age-related condition. There is growing evidence that the prevalence of comorbidities and other age-related conditions (geriatric syndromes, functional or neurocognitive/mental problems ...

A Role for TLR Signaling During B Cell Activation in Antiretroviral-Treated HIV Individuals | AIDS Research and Human Retrovirus

Compared to HIV − subjects, the serum level of lipoteichoic acid (TLR2 ligand) in HIV ART + subjects was significantly higher ... HIV and Aging: Parallels and Synergistic Mechanisms Leading to Premature Disease and Functional Decline Dysregulated B-cell ...

‘The own’ and ‘the wise’ as social support for older people living with HIV in the United Kingdom | Ageing & Society | Cambridge Co

Hearps, A, Schafer, K, High, K and Landay, A (2016) HIV and aging: parallels and synergistic mechanisms leading to premature disease and functional decline. In Sierra, F and Kohanski, R (eds), Advances in Geroscience. ...

Cross-Species Studies of Risk Taking in METH, HIV, and Agi

PROJECT 1 (P1) Cross-Species Studies of Risk Taking in METH, HIV, and Aging. Project Director: Arpi Minassian, Ph.D. ... Building on this work, Project 1 performs parallel human and animal research to determine the individual and combined effects of METH dependence, HIV infection, and aging on risk taking. ...

HIV and Ageing: Emerging Research Issues - Europe PMC .

HIV and Ageing: Emerging Research Issues. Peter W ... Understanding the similarities between the multi-morbidity associated with HIV and aging may help frame the clinical management of frail HIV-infected patients, while understanding the differences in the root causes of multi-morbidity in HIV and aging may help better focus our attention on ...

DGCG Research Goals - National Institute on Agi

DGCG Research Goals DGCG's research goals may be summarized in the following framework: Goal 1. Identify risk factors, and develop and test prevention or treatment methods for disabilities, symptoms, causes of activity limitation, and high vulnerability to adverse outcomes from illness, injury, or other stressors in older persons.

Neurocognitive Consequences of HIV Infection in Older Adults: An Evaluation of the ‘‘Cortical’’ Hypothes

evidence also suggests that the combination of these two risk factors may have additive or synergistic effects on the central nervous system (CNS). Moreover, the neuropatho-logical alterations associated with aging and HIV both preferentially affect the structure and ...

Cognitive Frailty: A Review of the Mechanisms and Challeng

Cognitive Frailty: A Review of the Mechanisms and Challenges Grace Shu Hui Chiang MPH Introduction Population aging is a transforming demographic force. The proportion of older adults and life expectancy is expected to increase with ...

Aging with HIV infection: A journey to the center of inflammAIDS, immunosenescence and neuroHIV - ScienceDire

Aging with HIV infection: A journey to the center of inflammAIDS, immunosenescence and neuroHIV ... R.B. EffrosAging and HIV disease: synergistic immunological effects? T. Fulop, C. Franceschi, K. Hirokawa, G Pawelec (Eds.), Handbook on Google Scholar ...

HIV Infection and Aging Independently Affect Brain Function as Measured by Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging | The Journal of Infectious .

Frailty parallels between HIV infection and aging could result from continued immunological challenges depleting resources and triggering increased metabolic demands. ...

Aging, HIV infection and the immune system | HTB | HIV i-Ba

Aging, HIV infection and the immune system HTB Aging, HIV infection and the immune system 20 December 2009. ... However, beyond mentioning inflammation, the piece does not really delve into the underlying immunological parallels between HIV infection ...

NIMH » Biomarker Tracks Accelerated HIV-Associated Agi

Studies of people with HIV infection have noted a higher risk of diseases associated with aging, such as liver and kidney failure, cancer, and heart disease. While the observations have suggested that HIV infection causes accelerated aging, there hasn’t been a biologically based marker of aging ...

Ageing-related Research Centres and Institutes - JenAge Information Cent

Protection against of neural insults (HIV infection, stroke, neurodegeneration) Mechanisms and treatment of neuromuscular and neoplastic disorders Recovery after traumatic brain injury ...

Accelerated ageing in young adults infected with HIV since childhood

adults infected with HIV since childhood ? Ruxandra BURLACU, MD France Aging and HIV Prolonged survival in HIV infection is accompanied by an increased frequency of non-HIV-related comorbidities which occur earlier in HIV-infected patients than ...

HIV-1-Related Central Nervous System Disease: Current .

HIV-1-Related Central Nervous System Disease: Current Issues in Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, and Treatment. Serena Spudich 1 and ... A great deal of recent attention has been paid to the question of whether aging and HIV-1 will have a synergistic effect on neurodegeneration within the brain, “accelerating” injury triggered earlier by ...

A Model of Suicidal Ideation in Adults Aging With HIV | David Vance - Academia.e

Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 2008

HIV and Aging Independently Affect Brain Function as Measured by Functional Magnetic Resonance Imagi

Frailty parallels between HIV and aging could result from continued immunological challenges depleting resources and triggering increased metabolic ...

Advances in Geroscience | Felipe Sierra | Spring

HIV and Aging: Parallels and Synergistic Mechanisms Leading to Premature Disease and Functional Decline Pages 509-550 Hearps, Anna, Ph.D. (et al.) ...