Saada Lima Chequer-Fernandez

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In order to assess the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) drug resistance mutation profiles and evaluate the distribution of the genetic subtypes in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,(More)
Due to the co-circulation of HIV-1 subtypes B and F1 in Brazil, a large variety of unique BF1 recombinant forms (URFs_BF1) and four circulating BF1 recombinant forms (CRF28, CRF29, CRF39 and CRF40)(More)
HIV-1 CRF02_AG is the most prevalent intersubtype recombinant form worldwide. Six HIV-1 samples from patients living in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, were subtyped as CRF02_AG at the pol gene between 2004(More)
It has been postulated that the non-synonymous divergence (distance to the subtype consensus sequence) observed in several HIV-1 subtype populations during 1990s attained the maximum limit that is(More)
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