Journal of medical virology

(J Med Virol) ISSNs: 0146-6615,

References in Journal of medical virology:

Title Authors Year
Reverse transcriptase mutations in sequential HIV-1 isolates in a patient with AIDS. Gurusinghe AD, Land SA, Birch C, McGavin C, Hooker DJ, Tachedjian G, Doherty R, Deacon NJ 1995
Prevalence of the mutational pattern E44D/A and/or V118I in the reverse transcriptase (RT) gene of HIV-1 in relation to treatment with nucleoside analogue RT inhibitors. Montes B, Segondy M 2002
Prevalence of the K65R resistance reverse transcriptase mutation in different HIV-1 subtypes in Israel. Turner D, Shahar E, Katchman E, Kedem E, Matus N, Katzir M, Hassoun G, Pollack S, Kessner R, Wainberg MA, Avidor B 2009
Effects of drug resistance on viral load in patients failing antiretroviral therapy. Machouf N, Thomas R, Nguyen VK, Trottier B, Boulassel MR, Wainberg MA, Routy JP 2006
Infection of human monocyte-derived macrophages by human immunodeficiency virus mediated by cell-to-cell transmission. St Luce S, Arts E, Geleziunas R, Bour S, Wainberg MA 1993
Subtype diversity associated with the development of HIV-1 resistance to integrase inhibitors. Brenner BG, Lowe M, Moisi DD, Hardy I, Gagnon S, Charest H, Baril JG, Wainberg MA, Roger M 2011
Generation and characterization of murine monoclonal antibodies reactive against N-terminal and other regions of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. Li X, Amandoron E, Wainberg MA, Parniak MA 1993
Active replication of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 by peripheral blood mononuclear cells following coincubation with herpes viruses. Tremblay M, Gornitsky M, Wainberg MA 1989
Bone marrow transplantation in a child with Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome latently infected with acyclovir-resistant (ACV(r)) herpes simplex virus type 1: emergence of foscarnet-resistant virus originating from the ACV(r) virus. Saijo M, Yasuda Y, Yabe H, Kato S, Suzutani T, De Clercq E, Niikura M, Maeda A, Kurane I, Morikawa S 2002
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