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Hypogammaglobulinaemia and negative anti-HIV antibodies in AIDS.
  1. T Español,
  2. R Garcia-Armuí,
  3. A Bofill,
  4. J Suñé,
  5. J M Bertran
  1. Deparment of Immunology, Pediatric Hospital, R S Valle Hebrón, Barcelona, Spain.

    Abstract

    Repeated bacterial infections are frequent in children with AIDS owing to the B cell abnormalities produced by HIV infection. We report on two infants who presented with hypogammaglobulinaemia and with no HIV antibodies, but with epidemiological, immunological, and clinical features of AIDS.

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