Mechanisms of resistance associated with excision of incorporated nucleotide analogue inhibitors of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase.

Abstract:

Nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors are important components in current drug regimens used to treat infection with HIV. Despite the potency of drug combinations that involve two nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors and a non-nucleoside analogue or a protease inhibitor, the emergence of resistance remains a major reason for treatment failure. This article reviews biochemical mechanisms associated with resistance to nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors.

Polymerases:

Topics:

Status:

new topics/pols set partial results complete validated

Results:

No results available for this paper.

Entry validated by:

Log in to edit reference All References

Using Polbase tables:

Sorting:

Tables may be sorted by clicking on any of the column titles. A second click reverses the sort order. <Ctrl> + click on the column titles to sort by more than one column (e.g. family then name).

Filtering:

It is also possible to filter the table by typing into the search box above the table. This will instantly hide lines from the table that do not contain your search text.