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|Query Trace: Disease Progression and APOBEC3G[original query]|
| APOBEC3G genetic variants and their influence on the progression to AIDS.
Journal of virology 2004 Oct 78 (20): 11070-6.
An Ping, Bleiber Gabriela, Duggal Priya, Nelson George, May Margaret, Mangeat Bastien, Alobwede Irene, Trono Didier, Vlahov David, Donfield Sharyne, Goedert James J, Phair John, Buchbinder Susan, O'Brien Stephen J, Telenti Amalio, Winkler Cheryl
| Exhaustive genotyping of the CEM15 (APOBEC3G) gene and absence of association with AIDS progression in a French cohort.
The Journal of infectious diseases 2005 Jan 191 (2): 159-63.
Do Hervé, Vasilescu Alexandre, Diop Gora, Hirtzig Thomas, Heath Simon C, Coulonges Cédric, Rappaport Jay, Therwath Amu, Lathrop Mark, Matsuda Fumihiko, Zagury Jean-Franço
| Absence of H186R polymorphism in exon 4 of the APOBEC3G gene among North Indian individuals.
Genetic testing 2008 Sep 12 (3): 453-6.
Rathore Anurag, Chatterjee Animesh, Yamamoto Naohiko, Dhole Tapan
| APOBEC3-mediated editing in HIV type 1 from pediatric patients and its association with APOBEC3G/CUL5 polymorphisms and Vif variability.
AIDS research and human retroviruses 2012 Jun 28 (6): 619-27.
De Maio Federico A, Rocco Carlos A, Aulicino Paula C, Bologna Rosa, Mangano Andrea, Sen Lui
| Association of APOBEC3G genotypes and CD4 decline in Thai and Cambodian HIV-infected children with moderate immune deficiency.
AIDS research and therapy 2012 Nov 9 (1): 1.
Bunupuradah T, Imahashi M, Iampornsin T, Matsuoka K, Iwatani Y, Puthanakit T, Ananworanich J, Sophonphan J, Mahanontharit A, Naoe T, Vonthanak S, Phanuphak P, Sugiura W
| Genetic variants in the host restriction factor APOBEC3G are associated with HIV-1-related disease progression and central nervous system impairment in children.
Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999) 2013 Feb 62 (2): 197-203.
Singh Kumud K, Wang Yan, Gray Kathryn P, Farhad Mona, Brummel Sean, Fenton Terence, Trout Rodney, Spector Stephen
| Analysis of Immunological, Viral, Genetic, and Environmental Factors That Might Be Associated with Decreased Susceptibility to HIV Infection in Serodiscordant Couples in Florianópolis, Southern Brazil.
AIDS research and human retroviruses 2015 Sep .
Santos Íris M, da Rosa Elis A, Gräf Tiago, Ferreira Luiz G E, Petry Andrea, Cavalheiro Fernanda, Reiche Edna M, Zanetti Carlos R, Pinto Aguinaldo
| Evaluating the contribution of APOBEC3G haplotypes, on influencing HIV infection in a Zimbabwean paediatric population.
South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir geneeskunde 2016 May 106 (6 Suppl 1): S119-23.
Mhandire K, Duri K, Mhandire D, Musarurwa C, Stray-Pedersen B, Dandara
| Functional characterization of Vif proteins from HIV-1 infected patients with different APOBEC3G haplotypes.
AIDS (London, England) 2016 Apr .
Reddy Kavidha, Ooms Marcel, Letko Michael, Garrett Nigel, Simon Viviana, Ndung'u Thum
| Association of single nucleotide polymorphisms of APOBEC3G with susceptibility to HIV-1 infection and disease progression among men engaging in homosexual activity in northern China.
Archives of virology 2016 Oct .
Li Qiuyan, Qiao Yuandong, Zhang Guangfa, He Ning, Zhang Xuelong, Jia Xueyuan, Sun Haiming, Wang Chuntao, Xu Lid
| Occurrence of APOBEC3G variations in West Indian HIV patients.
Microbial pathogenesis 2018 Jun 121 325-330.
Singh HariOm, Gangakhedkar R
| Correlation of APOBEC3G Polymorphism with Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Persistent Infection and Progression of Cervical Lesions.
Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research 2019 Sep 25 6990-6997.
Sui Shuang, Chen Hongxiang, Han Lili, Wang Lin, Niyazi Mayineur, Zhu Kaich
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