As part of the Human Functional Genomics Project, the 2000HIV project utilizes the combination of extensive clinical data in combination with state-of-the-art techniques to generate a wide array of data layers, which together are aimed to increase our understanding of the factors and pathways involved in the body’s response to infection and inflammation in people living with HIV.
For more in detail methodologies, please see the links below, or view the open access publication describing the 2000HIV cohort:
The 2000HIV study: Design, multi-omics methods and participant characteristics, W.A.J.W. Vos, A.L. Groenendijk, et al. Frontiers in Immunology, section Viral Immunology, Volume 13 -2022 (Go to article)