HIV RT E138K

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Mutant of: HIV RT (E138K)

HIV RT E138K is a family RT enzyme from HIV. "From the Los Alamos National Labs HIV Mutant database (now offline):|id:452|codon:GAG>AAG|drugs:I-EBU From the Los Alamos National Labs HIV Mutant database (now offline):|id:453|codon:GAG>AAG|drugs:TIBO R82913|class:HIV-1 Specific RT Inhibitor (NNRTI)|notes:Found in combination with L100I From the Los Alamos National Labs HIV Mutant database (now offline):|id:454|codon:GAG>AAG|drugs:TSAO|class:HIV-1 Specific RT Inhibitor (NNRTI)|notes:E138A (GAG to GCG) in TSAO-naive patients confers TSAO viral resistance "From the Los Alamos National Labs HIV Mutant database (now offline):|id:455|codon:GAG>AAG|drugs:UC-82|class:HIV-1 Specific RT Inhibitor (NNRTI)|notes:Activity of UC-82 versus L100I "From the Los Alamos National Labs HIV Mutant database (now offline):|id:456|codon:GAG>AAG|drugs:UC-84

Selected Properties for HIV RT E138K:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
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Year Authors Title Results by property
2013 Matthew McCallum, Maureen Oliveira, Ruxandra-Ilinca Ibanescu, Victor G Kramer, Daniela D Moisi, Eugene L Asahchop, Bluma G Brenner, Richard Harrigan, Hongtao Xu, Mark A. Wainberg McCallum M2013
2013 Hong-Tao Xu, Susan P Colby-Germinario, Eugene L Asahchop, Maureen Oliveira, Matthew McCallum, Susan M Schader, Yingshan Han, Yudong Quan, Stefan G Sarafianos, Mark A. Wainberg Xu HT2013
2012 Kamalendra Singh, Bruno Marchand, Devendra K Rai, Bechan Sharma, Eleftherios Michailidis, Emily M Ryan, Kayla B Matzek, Maxwell D Leslie, Ariel N Hagedorn, Zhongjie Li, Pieter R Norden, Atsuko Hachiya, Michael A. Parniak, Hong-Tao Xu, Mark A. Wainberg, Stefan G Sarafianos Singh K2012
2006 Jingshan Ren, Charles E Nichols, Anna Stamp, Phillip P Chamberlain, Robert G Ferris, Kurt L Weaver, Steven A Short, David K Stammers Ren J2006 RT,Associated condition,All properties
1996 Jan Balzarini, H Pelemans, María-Jesús Pérez-Pérez, Ana San-Félix, María-José Camarasa, Erik De Clercq, Anna Karlsson Balzarini J1996
1996 Jan Balzarini, W G Brouwer, D C Dao, E M Osika, Erik De Clercq Balzarini J1996
1996 Jan Balzarini, H Pelemans, Stefano Aquaro, CF Perno, Myriam Witvrouw, Dominique Schols, Erik De Clercq, Anna Karlsson Balzarini J1996
1995 Jan Balzarini, María-Jesús Pérez-Pérez, S Vélazquez, Ana San-Félix, María-José Camarasa, Erik De Clercq, Anna Karlsson Balzarini J1995
1993 Jan Balzarini, Sonsoles Velazquez, A San-Felix, Anna Karlsson, M J Perez-Perez, María-José Camarasa, Erik De Clercq Balzarini J1993
1993 Jan Balzarini, Anna Karlsson, María-Jesús Pérez-Pérez, L Vrang, J Walbers, Haijiang Zhang, Bo Oberg, A-M Vandamme, María-José Camarasa, Erik De Clercq Balzarini J1993
1993 Jan Balzarini, Anna Karlsson, A-M Vandamme, María-Jesús Pérez-Pérez, Haijiang Zhang, L Vrang, Bo Oberg, K Bäckbro, Torsten Unge, Ana San-Félix Balzarini J1993
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