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Stanford University HIV Drug Resistance Database - A curated public database designed to represent, store, and analyze the divergent forms of data underlying HIV drug resistance.

Isolate Data

Patient Isolate Region Year Species Subtype Source Clone Method

Treatment History
Order Regimen Weeks
1 3TC+D4T+NVP NA

RT Sequence
NRTIMajorDRMs NRTIMinorDRMs NNRTIMajorDRMs NNRTIMinorDRMs Polys UnusualMuts
D67N, K70R, M184V, T215F K219Q Y181C, G190A A98G, K101N T39K, K43E, K49R, V60I, K122E, D123S, K173IM, Q174K, D177E, I178M, T200A, Q207A, R211S, D218E, V245E  
>14N0694| codons 38-247
CKEMEEEGKISRIGPENPYNTPIFAIKKKNSTRWRKLVDFRELNKRTQDFWEVQLGIPHP
GGLNKKKSVTVLDVGDAYFSVPLDESFRKYTAFTIPSINNETPGIRYQYNVLPQGWKGSP
AIFQSSMTKILEPFRMKNPEMVICQYVDDLYVASDLEIGQHRAKIEELRAHLLSWGFFTP
EQKHQKEPPFLWMGYELHPDKWTVQPIELP

References
Author Title Citation
Manosuthi, W Patients infected with HIV type 1 subtype CRF01_AE and failing first-line nevirapine- and efavirenz-based regimens demonstrate considerable cross-resistance to etravirine. ARHR, 2010