Characterization of Partial and Near Full-Length Genomes of HIV-1 Strains Sampled from Recently Infected Individuals in São Paulo, Brazil

@inproceedings{Sanabani2011CharacterizationOP,
  title={Characterization of Partial and Near Full-Length Genomes of HIV-1 Strains Sampled from Recently Infected Individuals in S{\~a}o Paulo, Brazil},
  author={Sabri S. Sanabani and {\'E}velyn Regina de Souza Pastena and Ant{\^o}nio Charlys da Costa and Vanessa Pouza Martinez and Walter Kleine-Neto and Ana Carolina Soares de Oliveira and Mariana Melillo Sauer and Katia Cristina Bassichetto and Solange Maria Santos Oliveira and Helena Tomoko Iwashita Tomiyama and Ester C. Sabino and Esper G Kallas},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Genetic variability is a major feature of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) and is considered the key factor frustrating efforts to halt the HIV epidemic. A proper understanding of HIV-1 genomic diversity is a fundamental prerequisite for proper epidemiology, genetic diagnosis, and successful drugs and vaccines design. Here, we report on the partial and near full-length genomic (NFLG) variability of HIV-1 isolates from a well-characterized cohort of recently infected… CONTINUE READING
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