A direct comparison of drug susceptibility to HIV type 1 from antiretroviral experienced subjects as assessed by the antivirogram and PhenoSense assays and by seven resistance algorithms.

@article{Ross2005ADC,
  title={A direct comparison of drug susceptibility to HIV type 1 from antiretroviral experienced subjects as assessed by the antivirogram and PhenoSense assays and by seven resistance algorithms.},
  author={Lisa L. Ross and Ronan Boulm{\'e} and Robin Fisher and Jaime Hern{\'a}ndez and Allison F. Florance and J F Schmit and Vanessa Williams},
  journal={AIDS research and human retroviruses},
  year={2005},
  volume={21 11},
  pages={933-9}
}
HIV-1 drug resistance methodologies are being increasingly utilized to guide treatment decisions; however, information comparing the various assays is limited. Duplicate plasma samples from 70 ART-experienced subjects were analyzed by both the Antivirogram and PhenoSense phenotypic assays and the results compared. HIV genotypes were also obtained and… CONTINUE READING