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    1. Dittmar, MT; Eichler, S; Reinberger, S; Henning, L; Krausslich, HG
      A recombinant virus assay using full-length envelope sequences to detect changes in HIV-1 co-receptor usage

      VIRUS GENES
    2. Zhang, YJ; Zhang, LQ; Ketas, T; Korber, BTM; Moore, JP
      HIV type 1 molecular clones able to use the Bonzo/STRL-33 coreceptor for virus entry

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    3. Bongertz, V; Costa, CI; Veloso, VG; Grinsztejn, B; Joao, EC; Calvet, G; Pilotto, JH; Guimaraes, ML; Morgado, MG
      Vertical HIV-1 transmission: Importance of neutralizing antibody titer andspecificity

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    4. Sullivan, AD; Wigginton, J; Kirschner, D
      The coreceptor mutation CCR5 Delta 32 influences the dynamics of HIV epidemics and is selected for by HIV

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    5. Romiti, ML; Colognesi, C; Cancrini, C; Mas, A; Berrino, M; Salvatori, F; Orlandi, P; Jansson, M; Palomba, E; Plebani, A; Bertran, JM; Hernandez, M; de Martino, M; Amoroso, A; Tovo, PA; Rossi, P; Espanol, T; Scarlatti, G
      Prognostic value of a CCR5 defective allele in pediatric HIV-1 infection

      MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    6. Lathey, JL; Brambilla, D; Goodenow, MM; Nokta, M; Rasheed, S; Siwak, EB; Bremer, JW; Huang, DD; Yi, YJ; Reichelderfer, PS; Collman, RG
      Co-receptor usage was more predictive than NSI/SI phenotype for HIV replication in macrophages: is NSI/SI phenotyping sufficient?

      JOURNAL OF LEUKOCYTE BIOLOGY
    7. Zhu, TF
      HIV-1 genotypes in peripheral blood monocytes

      JOURNAL OF LEUKOCYTE BIOLOGY
    8. Aquino-de Jesus, MJ; Anders, C; Miller, G; Sleasman, JW; Goodenow, MM; Andiman, WA
      Genetically and epidemiologically related "non-syncytium-inducing" isolates of HIV-1 display heterogeneous growth patterns in macrophages

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL VIROLOGY
    9. Blackard, JT; Renjifo, B; Chaplin, B; Msamanga, G; Fawzi, W; Essex, M
      Diversity of the HIV-1 long terminal repeat following mother-to-child transmission

      VIROLOGY
    10. Favia, A; Di Stefano, M; Fiore, JR; Pastore, G; Angarano, G
      Phenotypic patterns of HIV-1 clonal populations during highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART)

      MICROBIOLOGICA
    11. Shaheen, F; Sison, AV; McIntosh, L; Mukhtar, M; Pomerantz, RJ
      Analysis of HIV-1 in the cervicovaginal secretions and blood of pregnant and nonpregnant women

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN VIROLOGY
    12. Callaway, DS; Ribeiro, RM; Nowak, MA
      Virus phenotype switching and disease progression in HIV-1 infection

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    13. Andiman, WA
      Association between the biological characteristics of HIV-1, vertical transmission of infection and clinical progression of pediatric disease

      CURRENT OPINION IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    14. Ometto, L; Zanchetta, M; Cabrelle, A; Esposito, G; Mainardi, M; Chieco-Bianchi, L; De Rossi, A
      Restriction of HIV type 1 infection in macrophages heterozygous for a deletion in the CC-chemokine receptor 5 gene

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    15. Van de Perre, P
      Mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1: the 'all mucosal' hypothesis as a predominant mechanism of transmission

      AIDS
    16. Abebe, A; Demissie, D; Goudsmit, J; Brouwer, M; Kuiken, CL; Pollakis, G; Schuitemaker, H; Fontanet, AL; de Wit, TFR
      HIV-1 subtype C syncytium- and non-syncytium-inducing phenotypes and coreceptor usage among Ethiopian patients with AIDS

      AIDS
    17. Toja, M; Escarmis, C; Domingo, E
      Genomic nucleotide sequence of a foot-and-mouth disease virus clone and its persistent derivatives - Implications for the evolution of viral quasispecies during a persistent infection

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    18. Abebe, A; Demissie, D; Goudsmit, J; Brouwer, M; Kuiken, CL; Pollakis, G; Schuitemaker, H; Fontanet, AL; de Wit, TFR
      HIV-1 subtype C syncytium- and non-syncytium-Ethiopian patients with AIDS

      ETHIOPIAN MEDICAL JOURNAL
    19. YANG AG; ZHANG X; TORTI F; CHEN SY
      ANTI-HIV TYPE-1 ACTIVITY OF WILD-TYPE AND FUNCTIONAL DEFECTIVE RANTESINTRAKINE IN PRIMARY HUMAN-LYMPHOCYTES

      Human gene therapy
    20. VONSEIDLEIN L; PLAEGER S; DICKOVER R; KROGSTAD P; STIEHM ER; BRYSON Y
      PRIMARY HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 INFECTION DURING PREGNANCY-ASSOCIATED WITH TRANSMISSION OF SI MT-2 CELL TROPIC VIRUS AND PRECIPITOUS LOSS OF CD4 CELLS IN MOTHER AND INFANT/

      The Pediatric infectious disease journal
    21. MO HM; MONARD S; POLLACK H; IP J; ROCHFORD G; WU LJ; HOXIE J; BORKOWSKY W; HO DD; MOORE JP
      EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF THE HIV TYPE-1 CORECEPTORS CCR5 AND CXCR4 ON CD4(-CELLS AND MONOCYTES FROM CORD AND ADULT-BLOOD() T)

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    22. VANRIJ RP; BROERSEN S; GOUDSMIT J; COUTINHO RA; SCHUITEMAKER H
      THE ROLE OF A STROMAL CELL-DERIVED FACTOR-I CHEMOKINE GENE VARIANT INTHE CLINICAL COURSE OF HIV-1 INFECTION

      AIDS
    23. BRATT G; LEANDERSSON AC; ALBERT J; SANDSTROM E; WAHREN B
      MT-2 TROPISM AND CCR-5 GENOTYPE STRONGLY INFLUENCE DISEASE PROGRESSION IN HIV-1-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS

      AIDS
    24. WOUT ABVT; RAN LJ; NIJHUIS M; TIJNAGEL JMGH; DEGROOT T; VANLEEUWEN R; BOUCHER CAB; SCHUITEMAKER H; SCHUURMAN R
      EFFICIENT INHIBITION OF BOTH SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING AND NON-SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING WILD-TYPE HIV-1 BY LAMIVUDINE IN-VIVO

      AIDS
    25. ALVAREZ LP; VERDEJO J; LAHOZ JG; GURBINDO D; HERNANDEZSAMPELAYO T; MORENO E; AZANEDO M; CONTRERAS G; MEDRANO L; NAJERA R
      EXPRESSION OF DIFFERENT HIV-1 PHENOTYPIC SUBPOPULATIONS THROUGH THE NATURAL-HISTORY OF THE INFECTION

      Medicina Clinica
    26. VANTWOUT AB; BLAAK H; RAN LJ; BROUWER M; KUIKEN C; SCHUITEMAKER H
      EVOLUTION OF SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING AND NON-SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING BIOLOGICALVIRUS CLONES IN RELATION TO REPLICATION KINETICS DURING THE COURSE OFHUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 INFECTION

      Journal of virology
    27. CAVACOSILVA P; TAVEIRA NC; ROSADO L; LOURENCO MH; MONIZPEREIRA J; DOUGLAS NW; DANIELS RS; SANTOSFERREIRA MO
      VIROLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR DEMONSTRATION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-2 VERTICAL TRANSMISSION

      Journal of virology
    28. TRKOLA A; KETAS T; KEWALRAMANI VN; ENDORF F; BINLEY JM; KATINGER H; ROBINSON J; LITTMAN DR; MOORE JP
      NEUTRALIZATION SENSITIVITY OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 PRIMARY ISOLATES TO ANTIBODIES AND CD4-BASED REAGENTS IS INDEPENDENT OF CORECEPTOR USAGE

      Journal of virology
    29. BERKOWITZ RD; ALEXANDER S; BARE C; LINQUISTSTEPPS V; BOGAN M; MORENO ME; GIBSON L; WIEDER ED; KOSEK J; STODDART CA; MCCUNE JM
      CCR5-UTILIZING AND CXCR4-UTILIZING STRAINS OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 EXHIBIT DIFFERENTIAL TROPISM AND PATHOGENESIS IN-VIVO

      Journal of virology (Print)
    30. ZHANG LQ; HE T; HUANG YX; CHEN ZW; GUO Y; WU S; KUNSTMAN KJ; BROWN RC; PHAIR JP; NEUMANN AU; HO DD; WOLINSKY SM
      CHEMOKINE CORECEPTOR USAGE BY DIVERSE PRIMARY ISOLATES OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1

      Journal of virology (Print)
    31. RADAELLI A; KRAUS G; SCHMIDT A; BADEL P; MCCLURE J; HU SL; MORTON W; MORGHEN CD; WONGSTAAL F; LOONEY D
      GENETIC-VARIATION IN A HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-2 LIVE-VIRUSMACACA-NEMESTRINA VACCINE MODEL

      Journal of virology
    32. BLAAK H; VANTWOUT AB; BROUWER M; CORNELISSEN M; KOOTSTRA NA; ALBRECHTVANLENT N; KEET RPM; GOUDSMIT J; COUTINHO RA; SCHUITEMAKER H
      INFECTIOUS CELLULAR LOAD IN HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 (HIV-1)-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS AND SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PERIPHERAL-BLOOD MONONUCLEAR-CELLS FROM THEIR EXPOSED PARTNERS TO NON-SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING HIV-1AS MAJOR DETERMINANTS FOR HIV-1 TRANSMISSION IN HOMOSEXUAL COUPLES

      Journal of virology
    33. OSTROWSKI MA; JUSTEMENT SJ; CATANZARO A; HALLAHAN CA; EHLER LA; MIZELL SB; KUMAR PN; MICAN JA; CHUN TW; FAUCI AS
      EXPRESSION OF CHEMOKINE RECEPTORS CXCR4 AND CCR5 IN HIV-1-INFECTED AND UNINFECTED INDIVIDUALS

      The Journal of immunology (1950)
    34. COLOGNESI C; HALAPI E; JANSSON M; HODARA V; STEUER G; TRESOLDI E; LEITNER T; SCARLATTI G
      THE ROLE OF VIROLOGICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL FACTORS IN MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV-1

      American journal of reproductive immunology [1989]
    35. COLOGNESI C; TRESOLDI E; SALVATORI F; SCARLATTI G
      MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV-1 - RISK-FACTORS AND PREVENTION

      Journal of biological regulators and homeostatic agents
    36. ALEIXO LF; GOODENOW MM; SLEASMAN JW
      ZIDOVUDINE ADMINISTERED TO WOMEN INFECTED WITH HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 AND TO THEIR NEONATES REDUCES PEDIATRIC INFECTION INDEPENDENT OF AN EFFECT ON LEVELS OF MATERNAL VIRUS

      The Journal of pediatrics
    37. VANTWOUT AB; RAN LJ; DEJONG MD; BAKKER M; VANLEEUWEN R; NOTERMANS DW; LOELIGER AE; DEWOLF F; DANNER SA; REISS P; BOUCHER CAB; LANGE JMA; SCHUITEMAKER H
      SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING AND NONSYNCYTIUM-INDUCING HIV-1 VARIANTS IN INDIVIDUALS RECEIVING DIDANOSINE OR ZIDOVUDINE, RESPECTIVELY

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    38. GRUNOW R; VONOVERBECK J; FRUTIG K; FREI E; GERMANN D; FURRER H; PERRIN L; PICHLER WJ
      INHIBITION OF SYNCYTIA-INDUCING (SI) VIRUS BY AUTOLOGOUS SERUM FROM HIV-1-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS

      Clinical and diagnostic virology
    39. BALOTTA C; VIGANO A; RIVA C; COLOMBO MC; SALVAGGIO A; DEPASQUALE MP; CRUPI L; PAPAGNO L; GALLI M; MORONI M; PRINCIPI N
      HIV TYPE-1 PHENOTYPE CORRELATES WITH THE STAGE OF INFECTION IN VERTICALLY INFECTED CHILDREN

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    40. ANGARANO G; MONNO L; VIVIRITO MC; APPICE A; ROMANELLI C; GIANNELLI A; LAGRASTA L; FRACASSO C; FIORE JR; MILAZZO F
      THE ROLE OF HIV TYPE-1 PHENOTYPE AND GENOTYPE IN LONG-TERM RESPONDERSTO ZIDOVUDINE THERAPY

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    41. YOSHIMURA K; MATSUSHITA S; HAYASHI A; TAKATSUKI K
      RELATIONSHIP OF HIV-1 ENVELOPE V2 AND V3 SEQUENCES OF THE PRIMARY ISOLATES TO THE VIRAL PHENOTYPE

      Microbiology and immunology
    42. KATZENSTEIN TL; PEDERSEN C; NIELSEN C; LUNDGREN JD; JAKOBSEN PH; GERSTOFT J
      LONGITUDINAL SERUM HIV RNA QUANTIFICATION - CORRELATION TO VIRAL PHENOTYPE AT SEROCONVERSION AND CLINICAL OUTCOME

      AIDS
    43. SCARLATTI G
      PEDIATRIC HIV-INFECTION

      Lancet
    44. KATZENSTEIN DA
      VIRAL PHENOTYPE AND GENOTYPE AS MARKERS IN CLINICAL-TRIALS

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    45. GOUDSMIT J
      THE ROLE OF VIRAL DIVERSITY IN HIV PATHOGENESIS

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    46. NKENGASONG JN; PEETERS M; ZHONG P; WILLEMS B; JANSSENS W; HEYNDRICKX L; FRANSEN K; NDUMBE PM; GERSHYDAMET GM; NYS P; KESTENS L; PIOT P; VANDERGROEN G
      BIOLOGICAL PHENOTYPES OF HIV-1 SUBTYPE-A AND SUBTYPE-B STRAINS OF DIVERSE ORIGINS

      Journal of medical virology
    47. PEETERS MF; COLEBUNDERS RL; VANDENABBEELE K; NYS PC; GOEMAN J; COLANS P; GEERTS Y; VANDERGROEN G
      COMPARISON OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS BIOLOGICAL PHENOTYPES ISOLATED FROM CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID AND PERIPHERAL BLEED

      Journal of medical virology
    48. PALASANTHIRAN P; ZIEGLER JB; DWYER DE; ROBERTSON P; LEIGH D; CUNNINGHAM AL
      EARLY DETECTION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 INFECTION IN AUSTRALIAN INFANTS AT RISK OF PERINATAL INFECTION AND FACTORS AFFECTINGTRANSMISSION

      The Pediatric infectious disease journal
    49. FIORE JR; BJORNDAL A; PEIPKE KA; DISTEFANO M; ANGARANO G; PASTORE G; GAINES H; FENYO EM; ALBERT J
      THE BIOLOGICAL PHENOTYPE OF HIV-1 IS USUALLY RETAINED DURING AND AFTER SEXUAL TRANSMISSION

      Virology


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