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Genital Inflammation and the Risk of HIV Acquisition in Women

Lindi Masson, Jo-Ann S Passmore, Lenine J Liebenberg, Lise Werner, Cheryl Baxter, Kelly B Arnold, Carolyn Williamson, Francesca Little, Leila E Mansoor, Vivek Naranbhai, Douglas A Lauffenburger, Katharina Ronacher, Gerhard Walzl, Nigel J Garrett, Brent L Williams, Mara Couto-Rodriguez, Mady Hornig, W Ian Lipkin, Anneke Grobler, Quarraisha Abdool Karim Show all

Clinical Infectious Diseases | OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC | Published : 2015

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Funding Acknowledgements

The CAPRISA 004 parent trial was supported by USAID (http://www.usaid.gov), FHI 360 (http://www.fhi360.org; USAID cooperative agreement GPO-A-00-05-00022-00, contract 132119), and the Technology Innovation Agency (LIFElab) of the South African government's Department of Science & Technology (http://www.dst.gov.za). Tenofovir was provided by Gilead Sciences, and the gel was manufactured and supplied for the CAPRISA 004 trial by CONRAD (http://www.conrad.org). The current studies are part of the CAPRISA TRAPS Program, which is funded by CONRAD, Eastern Virginia Medical School (USAID cooperative grant GP00-08-00005-00, subproject agreement PPA-09-046), and the South African Department of Science & Technology. D. A. L. and K. B. A. were funded by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH; U19-AI0859). Cytokine Luminex assays were funded by a grant from the Poliomyelitis Research Foundation of South Africa (J.- A. S. P.); the South African Medical Research Council, the Carnegie Corporation, University of Cape Town Clinical Infectious Diseases Research Initiative (Wellcome Trust), and the National Research Foundation of South Africa [L. M.]. We thank the NIH's Comprehensive International Program of Research on AIDS (http://www.nih.gov; CIPRA grant AI51794) for the research infrastructure.