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Research Article

Reduced Central Memory CD4+ T Cells and Increased T-Cell Activation Characterise Treatment-Naive Patients Newly Diagnosed at Late Stage of HIV Infection

Table 4

Multivariate logistic regression analysis of the association of demographic and HIV-related characteristics with late presentation.

Late presentersP
(CD4 T cell 350 and/or AIDS-defining event)
AOR95% CI

(a) Patients’ factors
Age, years1.0521.020–1.0860.001
Risk group°
 Heterosexual2.4351.251–4.7410.009
 Otherreference
Ethnicity0.017
Migrants2.5431.178–5.486
Non-migrantsreference

(b) T-cells immune phenotypes
CD8+ T cells/ L % (each unit more)1.0511.022–1.0800.0001
CD4+CD127+ cells/ L % (each unit more)0.8870.857–0.9190.0001
CD8+CD95+ cells/ L % (each unit more)0.9930.874–1.1290.919
CD8+CD38+ cells/ L % (each unit more)1.0380.989–1.0890.132
CD8+CD38+CD45R0+ cells/ L % (each unit more)1.0030.962–1.0450.893

AOR: adjusted odds ratio; 95% CI, 95% confidence interval. was considered to denote statistical significance.
Other: homosexual, intravenous drug users, and other risks groups.

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