Last Posted: Sep 17, 2019
Bridging of Neisseria gonorrhoeae lineages across sexual networks in the HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis era.
Williamson Deborah A et al. Nature communications 2019 Sep (1) 3988
HIV Rebound Is Predominantly Fueled by Genetically Identical Viral Expansions from Diverse Reservoirs.
De Scheerder Marie-Angélique et al. Cell host & microbe 2019 Sep (3) 347-358.e7
A short-term assessment of nascent HIV-1 transmission clusters among newly diagnosed individuals using envelope sequence-based phylogenetic analyses.
Kafando Alexis et al. AIDS research and human retroviruses 2019 Aug
Transmission Dynamics of HIV Subtype A in Tel Aviv, Israel: Implications for HIV Spread and Eradication.
Grossman Zehava et al. Open forum infectious diseases 2019 Jul (7)
Near full genome characterization of HIV-1 unique recombinant forms in Cameroon reveals dominant CRF02_AG and F2 recombination patterns.
Banin Andrew N et al. Journal of the International AIDS Society 2019 Jul (7) e25362
Phylogenetic measures of indel rate variation among the HIV-1 group M subtypes.
Palmer John et al. Virus evolution 2019 Jul (2) vez022
Ultra-rapid, sensitive and specific digital diagnosis of HIV with a dual-channel SAW biosensor in a pilot clinical study.
Gray Eleanor R et al. NPJ digital medicine 2018 35
A near-full-length HIV-1 genome from 1966 recovered from formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue
Gryseels S, et al. bioRxiv, Jul 1, 2019.
Parallel evolution of HIV-1 in a long-term experiment.
Bertels Frederic et al. Molecular biology and evolution 2019 Jun
HIV-1 DNA sequence diversity and evolution during acute subtype C infection.
Lee Guinevere Q et al. Nature communications 2019 06 (1) 2737
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