The impact of the vaginal microbiome on HIV infectivity among pregnant and non-pregnant women

      Epidemiologic studies have demonstrated that disruption of vaginal flora in the form of bacterial vaginosis is related to increased risk of HIV acquisition. However, there is a paucity of biologic data to support this association. In this study, we aim to identify the specific alterations in the vaginal microbiome associated with risk of HIV infectivity.
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