Clade B HIV-1 superinfection with wild-type virus after primary infection with drug-resistant clade B virus.

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BACKGROUND The immunological response to HIV-1 infection has been postulated to impede superinfection with a second virus; however, a few recent reports have documented cases of HIV-1 superinfection in humans either from different viral clades or from the same clade. OBJECTIVE To differentiate between co-infection and superinfection in a patient harboring… (More)

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@article{Koelsch2003CladeBH, title={Clade B HIV-1 superinfection with wild-type virus after primary infection with drug-resistant clade B virus.}, author={Kersten Kurt Koelsch and Davey M. Smith and Susan J. Little and Caroline C. Ignacio and Theresa R Macaranas and Andrew J. Leigh Brown and Christos J. Petropoulos and Douglas D. Richman and Joseph K. L. Wong}, journal={AIDS}, year={2003}, volume={17 7}, pages={F11-6} }