• Corpus ID: 204810692

Manchester case of syndrome resembling AIDS

  title={Manchester case of syndrome resembling AIDS},
  author={Edward Hooper and William del. Hamilton}
5 Citations
Patient Zero and the Making of the AIDS Epidemic
  • S. Noll
  • Medicine
    Journal of American History
  • 2019
William Donald Hamilton. 1 August 1936 — 7 March 2000
  • A. Grafen
  • History
    Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society
  • 2004
William Donald Hamilton was born in 1936 in Cairo to New Zealander parents, and was brought up in a rural and wooded part of Kent, England, where he was introduced to genetics, to a scientific sensibility that looked down on ‘mere collecting’, to mathematical biology in the shape of Mendelian segregation ratios, and to the modern study of evolution.
Education and debate
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An African HIV-1 sequence from 1959 and implications for the origin of the epidemic
Multiple phylogenetic analyses not only authenticate this case as the oldest known HIV-1 infection, but also place its viral sequence near the ancestral node of subtypes B and D in the major group, indicating that these HIV- 1 subtypes, and perhaps all major-group viruses, may have evolved from a single introduction into the African population not long before 1959.


Was HIV present in 1959?
Was HIV present in 1959?
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Single trees of six species of strangler figs in Panama were found to be made up of multiple genotypes, presumably formed by the fusion of different individuals, and how this cryptic variation affects populations depends on the flowering phonology of composite trees.
Provenance of HIV strains
Spectre of contamination
World ’ s first AIDS case was false