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Evolution of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Populations after Resumption of Therapy following Treatment Interruption and Shift in Resistance Genotype
Journal of Infectious Diseases
Conventional genotyping of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 often reveals a shift from a drug-resistant genotype to a wild-type genotype after treatment interruption. A real-time polymerase chain reaction-based technique was used to detect minority resistant populations in 13 patients who showed genotype reversion after interruption of treatment for 3 months. Sixty-two percent of patients in whom the V82A and L90M protease mutations were no longer detectable by conventional genotyping stilldoi:10.1086/340215 pmid:11992288 fatcat:lfcwpdigrreubkoapbacsbaxxe