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.


Author Land (2008)
Title Full-length HIV type 1 proviral sequencing of 10 highly exposed women from Nairobi, Kenya reveals a high proportion of intersubtype recombinants.
Citation ARHR
SelectedGene PR
SelectedSpecies HIV1
SelectedGroup M
SelectedType Clinical
NumIsolates 10
NumPts 10
Subtype A, D, CRF18_cpx, CRF05_DF


Clinical PR Isolates

ML1076 ML1076 None    I13V, G16E, M36I, R41K, I72V  
ML1901 ML1901 None    I13V, I15V, E35D, M36I, R41K, R57K, H69K, L89M  
ML1945 ML1945 None    I13V, G16A, E35D, M36I, N37D, R41K, H69K, L89M  
ML1956 ML1956 None    L10I, I13V, I15V, M36I, R41K, L63T, H69Q  
ML1974 ML1974 None    I13V, R41K, L63P, V77I  
ML1979 ML1979 None    I13V, K14R, K20I, M36I, N37S, R41K, D60E, Q61D, C67E, H69K, L89M  
ML1990 ML1990 None    L10I, I13V, K14R, K20R, E35D, M36I, N37D, R41K, R57K, D60E, C67Y, H69K, L89M  
ML2000 ML2000 None    I13V, R41K, I64V  
ML2014 ML2014 None    L10I, I13V, K14R, G16E, E35D, M36I, P39S, R41K, R57K, L63S, H69K, L89M  
ML752 ML752 None    I13V, E35D, M36I, R41K, K43R, R57K, L63S, H69K, L89M