Phylogenetic analyses reveal HIV-1 infections between men misclassified as heterosexual transmissions

@inproceedings{Hua2014PhylogeneticAR,
  title={Phylogenetic analyses reveal HIV-1 infections between men misclassified as heterosexual transmissions},
  author={St{\'e}phane Hu{\'e}a and Alison E. Brownb and Manon Ragonnet-Croninc and Samantha J. Lycettc and David T. Dunne and Esther Fearnhille and David I. Dollinge and Anton Pozniakf and Deenan Pillaya and Valerie C. Delpechb},
  year={2014}
}
  • Stéphane Huéa, Alison E. Brownb, +7 authors Valerie C. Delpechb
  • Published 2014
Methods: A total of 22 481 HIV-1 subtype B pol gene sequences sampled between 1996 and 2008 were analysed. Dated phylogenies were reconstructed and transmission clusters identified as clades of at least two sequences with a maximum genetic distance of 4.5%, a branch support of at least 95% and spanning 5 years. The characteristics of clusters containing at least one heterosexually acquired infection were analysed. 
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