Modifications in SENV DNA detection and/or SENV subtype determination over a prospective follow-up in a cohort of HIV-positive patients: is this a moving target?

Abstract

SEN virus (SENV) is a new family of single-stranded DNA viruses with eight different strains, A-H. The modifications in SENV DNA detection and subtype distribution were studied over a long-term follow-up (48 +/- 32.5 months) in 52 HIV-infected patients. 46% of the patients in the first sample and 34.6% in the second sample were found to have detectable SENV… (More)

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