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This longitudinal study aimed to determine the incidence and pathogenic implications of dual human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) infection in a cohort of female sex workers. Blood samples from 31 recently infected women were screened by use of a heteroduplex mobility assay and sequencing. The median viral load set point was 5404 copies/ mL ( ), which was measured by use of the bDNA assay. n p 22 Within 3 months of infection, 19% (6/31) of the women were dually infected with 2 distinctdoi:10.1086/423940 pmid:15346349 fatcat:265r6niqebf6dfpqgvdvdqyydu