Differential regulation of HIV-1 clade-specific B, C, and E long terminal repeats by NF-kappaB and the Tat transactivator.


The major group of human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV-1) that comprise the current global pandemic have diversified during their worldwide spread and may be divided into at least 10 distinct subtypes or clades, A through J. Subtype B predominates in North America and Europe, subtype E predominates in Southeast Asia, and subtype C predominates in sub… (More)


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