Published in AIDS Weekly, May 16th, 2005
According to a recently published report from Italy, "A total of 347 pol gene sequences from 88 Tuscan and 259 Apulian subjects (including 52 non-Italians and 9 children) were analyzed phylogenetically.
"Forty-four (12.6%) non-B subtypes were found, including 3.4% C, 1.4% F1, 0.8% G, and 0.3% each for J and A pure subtypes, and 3.7% CRF02_AG, 1.4% CRF01_AE, 0.6% BF, and 0.3% CRF06-cpx recombinant forms. An additional sample close-matched the pol gene of an unique recombinantform (URFAGK99GR303)."
"The nonB subtypes were from 40 adults and 4 children; 12 of these 44 patients were...
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