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Minority HIV-1 Drug Resistance Mutations Are Present in Antiretroviral Treatment–Naïve Populations and Associate with Reduced Treatment Efficacy

By Jeffrey A Johnson, Jin-Fen Li, Xierong Wei, Jonathan Lipscomb, David Irlbeck, Charles Craig, Amanda Smith, Diane E Bennett, Michael Monsour, Paul Sandstrom, E. Randall Lanier and Walid Heneine


Using real-time PCR to detect HIV resistance mutations present at low levels, Jeffrey Johnson and colleagues investigate prevalence and clinical implications of minority transmitted mutations

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