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Author Liang (2015)
Title The combination of the R263K and T66I resistance substitutions in HIV-1 integrase is incompatible with high-level viral replication and the development of high-level drug resistance.
Citation J Virol
SelectedGene IN
SelectedSpecies HIV1
SelectedGroup M
SelectedType Lab
NumIsolates 5
Lab Parent Strain NL43


Lab IN Isolates : Susceptibility Data

IsolateINIMajorDRMsINIMinorDRMsMethodDrugFold Res.
263K R263K  TZM-McGill DTG 4.8 
     TZM-McGill EVG 4.0 
     TZM-McGill RAL 1.3 
66I T66I  TZM-McGill DTG 0.1 
     TZM-McGill EVG 10 
     TZM-McGill RAL 2.4 
66I138K263K T66I, E138K, R263K  TZM-McGill DTG 0.1 
     TZM-McGill EVG 164 
     TZM-McGill RAL 2.5 
66I263K T66I, R263K  TZM-McGill DTG 0.1 
     TZM-McGill EVG 22 
     TZM-McGill RAL 1.6 
WT   TZM-McGill DTG 1.0 
    TZM-McGill EVG 1.0 
    TZM-McGill RAL 1.0