Last Posted: Nov 15, 2022
Impact of molecular sequence data completeness on HIV cluster detection and a network science approach to enhance detection.
Mazrouee Sepideh et al. Scientific reports 2022 11 (1) 19230
Multiple infection and HIV superinfection among persons who inject drugs in Indonesia and Ukraine.
Palumbo Philip J et al. The Journal of infectious diseases 2022 11
Antibody response durability following three-dose COVID-19 vaccination in people with HIV receiving suppressive ART
HR LaPointe et al, MEDRXIV, November 7, 2022
Comparative HIV-1 Phylogenies Characterized by PR/RT, Pol and Near-Full-Length Genome Sequences.
Topcu Cicek et al. Viruses 2022 10 (10)
HIV transmission among acutely infected participants of a Dutch cohort study 2015-2021 is not associated with large, clustered outbreaks.
Prins Henrieke A B et al. AIDS (London, England) 2022 10
Unassigned Complex Unique Recombinant Forms Related to CRF36_cpx in Children Identified in an HIV-1 Outbreak in Pakistan.
Abidi Syed Hani et al. AIDS research and human retroviruses 2022 7 (10) 806-811
Genome-wide CRISPR screens identify combinations of candidate latency reversing agents for targeting the latent HIV-1 reservoir
Dai W, et al. Sci Transl Med, Oct 19, 2022.
A deep learning approach to real-time HIV outbreak detection using genetic data.
Kupperman Michael D et al. PLoS computational biology 2022 10 (10) e1010598
HIV Prevention: Digital Health Interventions to Improve Adherence to HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
The Community Guide, October 2022
Molecular Epidemiology of HIV-1 Subtype B Infection across Florida Reveals Few Large Superclusters with Metropolitan Origin.
Rich Shannan N et al. Microbiology spectrum 2022 10 e0188922
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