Published in AIDS Weekly, October 2nd, 2000
"We have retrospectively studied the seroprevalence of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Guinea-Bissau in a sample of sera collected from the whole country in 1980," wrote J. Piedade and colleagues, Institute of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Portugal. "We tested a total of 1248 individuals and found 11 individuals who were seropositive for HIV-2, but there were no HIV-1 seropositive samples."
Piedade et al. published their findings in the journal Acta Tropica ("Longstanding presence of HIV-2 infection in Guinea-Bissau (West...
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