Comparing Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell DNA and Circulating Plasma viral RNA pol Genotypes of Subtype C HIV-1.

@article{Banks2012ComparingPB,
  title={Comparing Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell DNA and Circulating Plasma viral RNA pol Genotypes of Subtype C HIV-1.},
  author={Lauren K. Banks and Sharareh Gholamin and Elizabeth White and Lynn Sodai Zijenah and David K. Katzenstein},
  journal={Journal of AIDS & clinical research},
  year={2012},
  volume={3 2},
  pages={141-147}
}
INTRODUCTION: Drug resistance mutations (DRM) in viral RNA are important in defining to provide effective antiretroviral therapy (ART) in HIV-1 infected patients. Detection of DRM in peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC) DNA is another source of information, although the clinical significance of DRMs in proviral DNA is less clear. MATERIALS AND METHODS: From 25 patients receiving ART at a center in Zimbabwe, 32 blood samples were collected. Dideoxy-sequencing of gag-pol identified subtype… CONTINUE READING
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