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Invernizzi CF

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Title Authors Year Journal
The preferential selection of K65R in HIV-1 subtype C is attenuated by nucleotide polymorphisms at thymidine analogue mutation sites. Invernizzi CF 2013 The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
A template-dependent dislocation mechanism potentiates K65R reverse transcriptase mutation development in subtype C variants of HIV-1. Invernizzi CF 2011 PloS one
Factors affecting template usage in the development of K65R resistance in subtype C variants of HIV type-1. Invernizzi CF 2010 Antiviral chemistry & chemotherapy
Template usage is responsible for the preferential acquisition of the K65R reverse transcriptase mutation in subtype C variants of human immunodeficiency virus type 1. Invernizzi CF 2009 Journal of virology
Signature nucleotide polymorphisms at positions 64 and 65 in reverse transcriptase favor the selection of the K65R resistance mutation in HIV-1 subtype C. Invernizzi CF 2009 The Journal of infectious diseases
Diminished efficiency of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase containing the K65R and M184V drug resistance mutations. Invernizzi CF 2007 AIDS (London, England)
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