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Nichols SL, Bethel J, Kapogiannis BG, Li T, Woods SP, E Patton D, Ren W, Thornton SE, Major-Wilson HO, Puga AM et al..  2016.  Antiretroviral treatment initiation does not differentially alter neurocognitive functioning over time in youth with behaviorally acquired HIV.. J Neurovirol. 22(2):218-30.
Nichols SL, Lowe A, Zhang X, Garvie PA, Thornton S, Goldberger BA, Hou W, Goodenow MM, Sleasman JW.  2014.  Concordance between self-reported substance use and toxicology among HIV-infected and uninfected at risk youth.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 134:376-382.
Castillo-Mancilla J, Seifert S, Campbell K, Coleman S, McAllister K, Zheng J-H, Gardner EM, Liu A, Glidden DV, Grant R et al..  2016.  Emtricitabine-Triphosphate in Dried Blood Spots as a Marker of Recent Dosing.. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 60(11):6692-6697.
Tanner AE, Philbin MM, Chambers BD, Ma A, Hussen S, Ware S, Lee S, J Fortenberry D.  2018.  Healthcare Transition for Youth Living With HIV: Outcomes from a Prospective Multi-site Study.. J Adolesc Health. 63(2):157-165.
Nichols SL, Bethel J, Garvie PA, Patton DE, Thornton S, Kapogiannis BG, Ren W, Major-Wilson H, Puga A, Woods SP.  2013.  Neurocognitive functioning in antiretroviral therapy-naïve youth with behaviorally acquired human immunodeficiency virus.. J Adolesc Health. 53(6):763-71.
Trent M, Chung S-E, Ellen JM, Clum G.  2007.  New sexually transmitted infections among adolescent girls infected with HIV.. Sex Transm Infect. 83(6):468-9.
Warren JC, M Fernández I, Harper GW, Hidalgo MA, Jamil OB, Torres RSebastián.  2008.  Predictors of unprotected sex among young sexually active African American, Hispanic, and White MSM: the importance of ethnicity and culture.. AIDS Behav. 12(3):459-68.
Kapogiannis BG, Leister E, Siberry GK, Van Dyke RB, Rudy B, Flynn P, Williams PL.  2016.  Prevalence of and progression to abnormal noninvasive markers of liver disease (aspartate aminotransferase-to-platelet ratio index and Fibrosis-4) among US HIV-infected youth.. AIDS. 30(6):889-98.