Sevelamer does not decrease lipopolysaccharide or soluble cd14 levels but decreases soluble tissue factor, low-density lipoprotein (ldl) cholesterol, and oxidized ldl cholesterol levels in individuals with untreated hiv infection

Netanya G. Sandler, Xinyan Zhang, Ronald J. Bosch, Nicholas T. Funderburg, Andrew I. Choi, Janet K. Robinson, Derek M. Fine, Robert W. Coombs, Jeffrey M. Jacobson, Alan L. Landay, Daniel C. Douek, Randall Tressler, Sarah W. Read, Cara C. Wilson, Steven G. Deeks, Michael M. Lederman, Rajesh T. Gandhi

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