CCR5 inhibition in critical COVID-19 patients decreases inflammatory cytokines, increases CD8 T-cells, and decreases SARS-CoV2 RNA in plasma by day 14

Bruce K. Patterson, Harish Seethamraju, Kush Dhody, Michael J. Corley, Kazem Kazempour, Jay Lalezari, Alina P.S. Pang, Christopher Sugai, Eisa Mahyari, Edgar B. Francisco, Amruta Pise, Hallison Rodrigues, Helen L. Wu, Gabriela M. Webb, Byung S. Park, Scott Kelly, Nader Pourhassan, Alina Lelic, Lama Kdouh, Monica HerreraEric Hall, Benjamin N. Bimber, Matthew Plassmeyer, Raavi Gupta, Oral Alpan, Jane A. O'Halloran, Philip A. Mudd, Enver Akalin, Lishomwa C. Ndhlovu, Jonah B. Sacha

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