Mutant chemokine receptor (CCR-5) and its relevance to HIV infection in Arabs.

@article{AlSheikh1999MutantCR,
  title={Mutant chemokine receptor (CCR-5) and its relevance to HIV infection in Arabs.},
  author={Iman H. Al-Sheikh and Amal C. Rahi and Mohammed Saleh Al-Khalifa},
  journal={Emerging Infectious Diseases},
  year={1999},
  volume={5},
  pages={183 - 185}
}
(st4529, st4547, st4532, st4545, and st3018, with accession numbers AF060368, AF052426, AF077666, AF077668, and AF077669, respectively). The newly found group A st4545 sequence was more similar to various group G streptococcal emm sequences than to known group A emm sequences. One group G isolate had a previously found group G 5' emm sequence (stLG6, accession number U25741). The nongroupable Streptococcus had an emm sequence previously associated with group L Streptococcus (Beall and Facklam… CONTINUE READING

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