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The interaction between human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the antibody repertoire (AbR) during chronic infection can provide important information for HIV vaccine research, yet has not been well-characterized on a systems level. We deeply sequenced the HIV population and the AbR of ten HIV-infected, antiretroviral (ART)-naïve individuals, each with 10-20 longitudinal samples spanning 4-14 years. Our unbiased sequencing approach identified partitions of AbRs showing evidence of interactiondoi:10.1101/646968 fatcat:dcdpxsivezbp5gkhs55vhin5b4