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References

Author Hierholzer (2002)
Title Molecular epidemiology of HIV type 1 in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Argentina.
Citation ARHR
SelectedGene IN
SelectedSpecies HIV1
SelectedGroup M
SelectedType Clinical
NumIsolates 10
NumPts 10
Subtype B, F

 

Clinical IN Isolates


SubjectIsolateINIsWksINIMajorINIMinorCommonUnusual
BK132 BK132 None    I72V, M154I  
BZ126 BZ126 None   G163R S17N, I72V, I84L, A91T, L101I, S119T, T124A, T125A, K136Q, V201I, A205S, T206S, T218I, Q221R, L234V, D256E, S283G  
BZ163 BZ163 None   G163K S17N, C56X, I72V, I84L, A91T, L101I, S119T, T124A, T125A, K136Q, V201I, A205S, T206S, T218I, Q221R, L234V, D256E, S283G  
BZ167 BZ167 None    L101I, T125A, I135V, D167DE, G193R, V201I, I208L, K211T, A265V, S283G  
EC003 EC003 None    S17N, M50I, V77A, L101I, T124A, T125A, E138D, V201I, K215N, I220L, V259I  
EC102 EC102 None    S17N, L28I, P30A, G106A, V201I, L234I, D253E, D256E  
US1 US1 None    S17N, I72V, I84V, T124A, M154I, K173R  
US2 US2 None    E10D, I72V, A265V  
US3 US3 None    V31I, I72V, L101I, S119G, T122I, T124N, A265V  
US4 US4 None    L101I, T122I, T124N, A265V