Published in AIDS Weekly, December 4th, 2000
The most common form of the HIV virus, HIV-1 group M, is known to have at least nine genetic variations, known as subtypes.
In the study, Nicole Vidal and colleagues tested 247 HIV isolates in the DRC (formerly known as Zaire) to determine the genetic diversity of HIV-1 infections in that part of Africa ("Unprecedented degree of human immunodeficiency...
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