Last Posted: Oct 22, 2020
A Nationwide Study about the Dispersal Patterns of the Predominant HIV-1 Subtypes A1 and B in Greece: Inference of the Molecular Transmission Clusters.
Kostaki Evangelia Georgia et al. Viruses 2020 Oct (10)
An outbreak of USA300 MRSA among people with HIV in Japan.
Ikeuchi Kazuhiko et al. The Journal of infectious diseases 2020 Oct
Dynamics and Dispersal of Local HIV Epidemics Within San Diego and Across The San Diego-Tijuana Border.
Vrancken Bram et al. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 2020 Oct
Molecular epidemiology of HIV-1 in Jiangsu province, Southeast of China: genotypes and HIV-1 transmission networks among newly diagnosed MSM in 2017.
Yin Yueqi et al. AIDS research and human retroviruses 2020 Sep
What Should Health Departments Do with HIV Sequence Data?
Romero-Severson Ethan et al. Viruses 2020 Sep (9)
Informed consent for HIV phylogenetic research: A case study of urban individuals living with HIV approached for enrollment in an HIV study.
Rudolph Abby E et al. EHQUIDAD (14) 129-143
Prevalence of integrase strand transfer inhibitor resistance mutations in antiretroviral-naive HIV-1-infected individuals in Cameroon.
Wenk Benjamin M et al. The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy 2020 Sep
Bringing the path toward an HIV-1 vaccine into focus.
Lopez Angel Cesar J et al. PLoS pathogens 2020 Sep (9) e1008663
Infection with multiple HIV-1 founder variants is associated with lower viral replicative capacity, faster CD4+ T cell decline and increased immune activation during acute infection.
Macharia Gladys N et al. PLoS pathogens 2020 Sep (9) e1008853
Primary resistance to integrase strand transfer inhibitors in Spain using ultrasensitive HIV-1 genotyping.
Casadellà M et al. The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy 2020 Sep
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