The M184V mutation in HIV-1 reverse transcriptase reduces the restoration of wild-type replication by attenuated viruses.

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To study the ability of HIV constructs containing the M184V substitution in reverse transcriptase (RT), which causes resistance to lamivudine, to evolve mutations that compensate for deletions within the HIV genome.

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