Published in AIDS Weekly, October 30th, 1995
People infected with HIV-1 don't harbor just one virus. Because of HIV's vast replicative capacity and its inherent tendency to mutate, HIV infection is characterized by the presence of a swarm of genetic variants that researchers call quasispecies.
"In each individual [the master sequence] has different virulence characteristics and different...
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