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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 IDV+ RTI 43

Protease Sequence
PIMajorDRMs PIMinorDRMs Polys UnusualMuts
M46I, N88S   L10I, I15V, Q18H, K20I, E35D, N37D, L63P, I93L  
>DK-9233| codons 1-99
PQITLWQRPIVTIKVGGHLIEALLDTGADDTVLEDMDLPGRWKPKIIGGIGGFIKVRQYD
QIPIEICGHKAIGTVLVGPTPVNIIGRSLLTQLGCTLNF

RT Sequence
NRTIMajorDRMs NRTIMinorDRMs NNRTIMajorDRMs NNRTIMinorDRMs Polys UnusualMuts
M184V N348I     R83K, I178L, R211K, I293V, E297A, S322T, K353R, K366R, K390R  
>DK-9233| codons 1-400
PISPIETVPVKLKPGMDGPKVKQWPLTEEKIKALVEICTEMEKEGKISKIGPENPYNTPV
FAIKKKDSTKWRKLVDFRELNKKTQDFWEVQLGIPHPAGLKKKKSVTVLDVGDAYFSVPL
DKDFRKYTAFTIPSINNETPGIRYQYNVLPQGWKGSPAIFQSSMTKILEPFRKQNPDLVI
YQYVDDLYVGSDLEIGQHRTKIEELRQHLLKWGFTTPDKKHQKEPPFLWMGYELHPDKWT
VQPIVLPEKDSWTVNDIQKLVGKLNWASQIYAGIKVKQLCKLLRGTKALTEVVPLTAEAE
LELAENREILKEPVHGVYYDPTKDLIAEIQKQGQGQWTYQIYQEPFKILKTGRYARMRGA
HTNDVRQLTEAVQKIATESIVIWGKTPKFRLPIQKETWEA

References
Author Title Citation
Kempf, DJ Identification of genotypic changes in human immunodeficiency virus protease that correlate with reduced susceptibility to the protease inhibitor lopinavir among viral isolates from protease inhibitor-experienced patients. J Virol, 2001
Wu, TD Mutation patterns and structural correlates in human immunodeficiency virus type 1 protease following different protease inhibitor treatments. J Virol, 2003
Rhee, SY Distribution of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 protease and reverse transcriptase mutation patterns in 4,183 persons undergoing genotypic resistance testing. AAC, 2004
Rhee, SY HIV-1 protease and reverse transcriptase mutations: Correlations with antiretroviral therapy in subtype B isolates and implications for drug-resistance surveillance. J Infect Dis, 2005