Diverse BF recombinants have spread widely since the introduction of HIV-1 into South America.

@article{Carr2001DiverseBR,
  title={Diverse BF recombinants have spread widely since the introduction of HIV-1 into South America.},
  author={Jean Kirkland Carr and Mario Alberto Arrast{\'i}a Avila and Manuel G{\'o}mez Carrillo and Horacio Salom{\'o}n and Jesse Hierholzer and Veerachai Watanaveeradej and Maria A Pando and M. Olmedo Negrete and Kevin L. Russell and Jorge S{\'a}nchez and Deborah L. Birx and Ronald Andrade and Jose Vi{\~n}oles and Francine E. McCutchan},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2001},
  volume={15 15},
  pages={F41-7}
}
OBJECTIVE To describe the genetic diversity of HIV-1 in South America by full genome sequencing and analysis. METHODS Purified peripheral blood mononuclear cell DNA from HIV-infected individuals in Argentina, Uruguay and Bolivia was used to amplify full HIV-1 genomes. These were sequenced using the ABI 3100 automated sequencer and phylogenetically analysed. RESULTS Twenty-one HIV-1 strains from three South American countries, 17 of which were pre-screened by envelope heteroduplex mobility… CONTINUE READING

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