Use of Dried Blood Spots to Elucidate Full-Length Transmitted/Founder HIV-1 Genomes.

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BACKGROUND Identification of HIV-1 genomes responsible for establishing clinical infection in newly infected individuals is fundamental to prevention and pathogenesis research. Processing, storage, and transportation of the clinical samples required to perform these virologic assays in resource-limited settings requires challenging venipuncture and cold… (More)

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@article{SalazarGonzalez2016UseOD, title={Use of Dried Blood Spots to Elucidate Full-Length Transmitted/Founder HIV-1 Genomes.}, author={Jesus F Salazar-Gonzalez and Maria G Salazar and Damien C. Tully and Colin B Ogilvie and Gerald H. Learn and Todd M. Allen and Sonya L Heath and Paul A Goepfert and Katharine J. Bar}, journal={Pathogens & immunity}, year={2016}, volume={1 1}, pages={129-153} }