Impact of low-level viraemia on virological failure among Asian children with perinatally acquired HIV on first-line combination antiretroviral treatment: a multicentre, retrospective cohort study

T. Sudjaritruk, Sirinya Teeraananchai, A. Kariminia, K. Lapphra, N. Kumarasamy, Moy S. Fong, R. Hansudewechakul, Torsak Bunupuradah, Penh Sun Ly, Revathy A. Nallusamy, Annette H. Sohn, Virat Sirisanthana, J. Tucker, N. Kumarasamy, C. Ezhilarasi, A. Kinikar, V. Mave, S. Nimkar, N. Kurniati, D. MuktiartiS. M. Fong, M. Lim, F. Daut, P. Mohamad, T. J. Mohamed, R. Nallusamy, T. Sudjaritruk, V. Sirisanthana, L. Aurpibul, P. Ounchanum, R. Hansudewechakul, S. Denjanta, A. Kongphonoi, P. Lumbiganon, P. Kosalaraksa, P. Tharnprisan, T. Udomphanit, G. Jourdain, T. Puthanakit, S. Anugulruengkit, W. Jantarabenjakul, R. Nadsasarn, K. Chokephaibulkit, K. Lapphra, W. Phongsamart, S. Sricharoenchai, K. H. Truong, Q. T. Du, C. H. Nguyen, V. C. Do, T. M. Ha, L. V. Nguyen, D. T.K. Khu, L. T. Nguyen, O. N. Le, A. H. Sohn, J. L. Ross, T. Suwanlerk, M. G. Law, A. Kariminia

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