What did we learn on host's genetics by studying large cohorts of HIV-1-infected patients in the genome-wide association era?

@article{Guergnon2011WhatDW,
  title={What did we learn on host's genetics by studying large cohorts of HIV-1-infected patients in the genome-wide association era?},
  author={Julien Guergnon and Ioannis D Theodorou},
  journal={Current opinion in HIV and AIDS},
  year={2011},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={290-6}
}
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Genome-wide association studies (GWASs) performed in large cohorts of HIV-1-infected patients have shown that high throughput genomics can add valuable information in understanding disease progression. We report recent information gathered in the international field during the last few years and revisit the importance of well documented cohorts for genotype-phenotype association studies. RECENT FINDINGS The majority of GWASs in the HIV-1 field found that viral loads and… CONTINUE READING