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DC are thus able to efﬁciently transport HIV to lymphoid organs, facilitating infection of CD4ϩ T cells and viral dissemination. DC also express several different chemokine receptors that can be used as HIV coreceptors for entry (61,527,528). Although the frequency of HIV-infected DC in vivo may be low, these cells nevertheless may represent an important viral reservoir. , DC resident in the epidermis) may be dependent on viral subtype (529). This ﬁnding could in part explain the differences in the global epidemiology of HIV infection; an HIV subtype that can replicate well in Langerhans cells, likely a major cell type involved in the initiation of viral infection through mucosal contact (108), may be more efﬁciently transmitted heterosexually.
A wide array of immune system deﬁcits are associated with HIV infection; abnormalities in the function of all limbs of the immune system, including T and B lymphocytes, antigen-presenting cells, natural killer cells, and neutrophils, have been described. CD4؉ T Cells CD4ϩ T cell dysfunction and depletion are hallmarks of HIV disease. The proximate cause of the susceptibility to opportunistic infections observed with advancing disease is the defects in T-cell number and function that result directly or indirectly from HIV infection.
Lane. 1998. Human immunodeﬁciency virus (HIV) disease: AIDS and related disorders. In: Harrison’s Principles and Practice of Internal Medicine. 14th ed. ) Immunopathogenesis of HIV Infection 23 is able to continuously replicate and cause the inexorable decline in immune system function in the presence of these immune responses. Humoral Immune Responses Antibodies against the viral core protein p24 develop within weeks of acute HIV infection and may play a role in the decline of plasma viremia associated with primary infection (127,179–181).