Genotypic resistance mutations to antiretroviral drugs in treatment-naive HIV/AIDS patients living in Liaoning Province, China: baseline prevalence and subtype-specific difference.

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To examine the prevalence of drug resistance mutations among treatment-naive HIV/AIDS patients living in Liaoning province in China, the HIV-1 pol gene from plasma of 91 seropositive treatment-naive patients was amplified and sequenced. Three patients (3.3%) had an M46I amino acid substitution in the protease (PR) gene that decreased susceptibility to IDV… (More)

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@article{Han2007GenotypicRM, title={Genotypic resistance mutations to antiretroviral drugs in treatment-naive HIV/AIDS patients living in Liaoning Province, China: baseline prevalence and subtype-specific difference.}, author={Xiaoxu Han and Min Zhang and Di Dai and Yanan Wang and Zining Zhang and Jing Michelle Liu and Wen-qing Geng and Yongjun Jiang and Yutaka Takebe and Hong Shang}, journal={AIDS research and human retroviruses}, year={2007}, volume={23 3}, pages={357-64} }