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Cias Zembe1, Eitel Mpoudi-Ngole2, Carolyn Williamson1,4 and Wendy A Burgers1*AbstractBackground: Cameroon, in west central Africa, has an extraordinary degree of HIV diversity, presenting a major challenge for the development of an effective HIV vaccine. Given the continuing need to closely monitor the emergence of new HIV variants in the country, we analyzed HIV-1 genetic diversity in 59 plasma s
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Cias Zembe1, Eitel Mpoudi-Ngole2, Carolyn Williamson1,4 and Wendy A Burgers1*AbstractBackground: Cameroon, in west central Africa, has an extraordinary degree of HIV diversity, presenting a major challenge for the development of an effective HIV vaccine. Given the continuing need to closely monitor the emergence of new HIV variants in the country, we analyzed HIV-1 genetic diversity in 59 plasma s
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Llowing SIV Challenges of Vaccinated Rhesus Monkeys. J Virol 2012. Epub ahead of print. 12. Bredell H, Martin DP, Van Harmelen J, Varsani A, Sheppard HW, Donovan R, Gray CM, HIVNET028 Study Team, Williamson C: HIV type 1 subtype C gag and nef diversity in Southern Africa. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses 2007, 23:477?81. 13. Artenstein AW, Hegerich PA, Beyrer C, Rungruengthanakit K, Michael NL, Natrapan
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Ck squares at the end of the branches represent the nef sequences sampled from Cameroon in this study, while red squares represent intragene recombinant fragments in our samples. Abbreviations HIV: Human Immunodeficiency Virus; CRF: Circulating recombinant form; URF: Unique recombinant form; RNA: Ribonucleic acid; PCR: Polymerase Chain Reaction. Competing interests The authors declare that they ha
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Er positive cells were stained with Ki67, they show definitive proliferation. The cells are also found to be 'massively' apoptotic as determined by TUNEL staining. The balance of apoptotic cells with proliferative cells may skew T cell responses toward a crossreactive phenotype. When looking at the specific T-cells involved in secondary infections with DENV1, many of the T-cells show a preference
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Orrespondence: Darrin.Martin@uct.ac.za; Wendy.Burgers@uct.ac.za 3 Computational Biology Group, Institute of Infectious Diseases and Molecular Medicine, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa 1 Division of Medical Virology, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africain west central Africa, at 5.3 [8]. This, together with the co-circulation of divergent variants of multiple clades, h
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Are unaffected by the virus. There are yet questions unanswered and the virus continues to spread unabated. However these immune components are several key elements attractive targets for study that hopefully can advance the field of research.12.13. 14. 15. 16.Competing interestsThe author declares that they have no competing interests.Authors' informationsDavid Gentry Nielsen was born 27, Septemb
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Onfim I, Camacho RJ, Vandamme AM, Lemey P: Phylodynamics of the HIV-1 CRF02_AG clade in Cameroon. Infect Genet Evol 2012, 12:453?60. 20. Zhang M, Foley B, Schultz AK, Macke JP, Bulla I, Stanke M, Morgenstern B, Korber B, Leitner T: The role of recombination in the emergence of a complex and dynamic HIV epidemic. Retrovirology 2010, 7:25. 21. Carr JK, Salminen MO, Albert J, Sanders-Buell E, Gotte D

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