Marlynne Quigg

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Historically, subtype B viruses in men who have sex with men (MSM) and injecting drug users (IDU) dominated the HIV epidemic in the United Kingdom, whereas non-B heterosexual infections dominate globally. Heterosexual contact is now the most common route of transmission in the United Kingdom. Here we monitor HIV subtype in Scotland, and link it to origin of(More)
Genotype-based resistance assays are commonly used to aid treatment in HIV-infected individuals failing antiretroviral therapy. The relationship between genotype and antiretroviral therapy comes mostly from in vitro assays of the response to a single drugs although there is a need for a prediction of clinical response to combination therapy. We have(More)
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