Characteristic Features of the Content of Natural IgG Class Autoantibodies to Nervous Tissue Proteins in Neuroaids
HIV, pathogenesis, immune reactivity
An increase in immunoreactivity is revealed, which is represented by a change in the level of neurotropic autoantibodies to neurotransmitter proteins involved in pathogenesis and formation of aberrant plasticity in patients with HIV infection. The increase in the content of autoantibodies to neurospecific proteins causes the onset, progression and preservation of pathological process depending on the presence of disorders in the nervous system.
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